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The United States government says Ghanaian women are being forced into prostitution and forced labour in foreign countries, particularly in the Middle East.

According to the US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report 2013, Ghanaian women migrating to the Middle East to work are forced into prostitution upon their arrival.

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As France commemorated the 150th anniversary of its abolition of slavery, modern forms are regularly surfacing.

Sylvie O'Dy, president of the Committee Against Modern Slavery, said 122 people were freed from bondage last year in France and she believes that figure is the tip of the iceberg.

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Malian child soldiers are fighting in the country’s conflict, journalists on the ground have reported.
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Nairobi — Islamist armed groups occupying northern Mali should immediately release all child soldiers within their ranks and end the military conscription and use of those under 18, Human Rights Watch said today.
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The brave young Nigerian woman who survived abuse in the hands of her adoptive parents and later wrote a book about the experience speaks about moving on with her life.

Tina Okpara's memoir, now translated into English, talks about her five-year journey from a loving yet poor childhood in Nigeria to the ordeal of modern day slavery in wealthy, suburban Paris.

She was only 13 when celebrity footballer, Godwin Okpara and his wife Linda, lured her father into giving her up for a supposedly better life in Europe.

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French NGOs point at child trafficking concerns

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 07:12
Child trafficking is a rising concern; so much so that NGOs are launching a Europe wide awareness campaign.

Various estimates show 15000 children and adults are trafficked in and out of France every year.

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By Aodhán Ó Faoláin and Ray Managh

A Nigerian mother-of-three wanted in France in connection with an investigation into trafficking and forcing young women into prostitution, as well as money-laundering, has been brought before the High Court.

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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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Experts who took part in the panel discussion, believe that law enforcement effort to curb the human trafficking needs to be coupled with extensive media coverage.

The Albanian man had befriended Sophie five years before she went to Italy for what should have been a week’s holiday, but turned out to be six months.

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A VIOLENT Romanian gang with links across Europe was trafficking prostitutes over and back to Ireland under the ruthless command of a violent pimp who spent years locked in a French prison cell.
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