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THE HAGUE - Two Nigerians accused of using voodoo curses to force about 140 Nigerian girls into prostitution in Europe were sentenced to jail terms of four and and four-and-a-half years on Thursday.

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AMSTERDAM, June 11 (Xinhua) -- Lodewijk Asscher, deputy mayor of Amsterdam, seems determined to further advance the ongoing renovation project aimed at discouraging crimes and upgrading tourism in the city's well-known red light district.

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PARIS - The European Union outlined a wide-ranging strategy Tuesday to fight human trafficking which is rising across the region. The new strategy comes as EU officials are concerned about a possible spike in trafficking during the current European football championship.
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(CN) - The European Commission has adopted a 40-point plan to end human trafficking in the next five years, calling the brutal practice "the slavery of our times."
Dubbed the "EU Strategy Towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings," the commission's policy is a set of measures that will be implemented through 2016.

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Tokunbo Adedoja in New York

Despite the huge effort by Mrs. Eki Igbinedion, wife of former Edo State governor, Lucky Igbinedon, in combating female trafficking in Edo State, a new report released by the United States government has detailed how Nigerian women and girls were trafficked to Asia, Europe and other parts of Africa to be used as sex slaves and for forced labour.

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Time has passed when illegal organ donation was a business that prevailed in developing countries alone. Current statistics clearly reveal that European countries are the new hub for black marketing of organs.
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Washington D.C., Jul 19, 2012 / 04:45 pm (CNA/EWTN News).-A recent hearing in the nation's capital drew attention to the growing accounts of Coptic women in Egypt being kidnapped and forced to marry and convert to Islam against their will.

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FBI - Human Sex Trafficking

Tuesday, 01 March 2011 14:12

By Amanda Walker-Rodriguez and Rodney Hill

Human sex trafficking is the most common form of modern-day slavery. Estimates place the number of its domestic and international victims in the millions, mostly females and children enslaved in the commercial sex industry for little or no money.

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It took five years to hunt him down -- and about five hours to sentence him.

Ukrainian nightclub owner Veniamin Gonikman was ordered Wednesday to serve three years in prison for his role in a human-trafficking operation that smuggled eastern European women into the U.S.

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By Deborah McAleese – 16 May 2012

Women trafficked from China, Africa and eastern Europe are being held captive and forced to work as prostitutes in as many as 90 brothels across Northern Ireland.

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