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India Tops List in World Slavery Report

Friday, 25 October 2013 21:00

The Global Slavery Index for 2013 has made the shocking revelation that India with a colossal 14 million slaves tops the list of the 162 countries surveyed by the Global Slavery Index,while the UK which is also in the forefront of a vicious campaign of vilification against Sri Lanka has been charged with alarming systematic failures.

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The “migration habits” of many Roma people and the problem in the community internationally of organised theft and begging gangs made them susceptible to human trafficking for exploitation purposes, a senior Irish Interpol officer has said.

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We must stop vile human trafficking trade

Wednesday, 23 October 2013 09:02

By David Ford – 23 October 2013

Human trafficking is the vilest of crimes. It reduces people to commodities and is rightly described as modern-day slavery.

Men, women and children across the world may become victims and could face years of sexual exploitation, forced labour, or domestic servitude.
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The number of prosecutions taken against human traffickers in Ireland and the UK must be significantly increased, according to British and Irish politicians.

“It is clear that there are too few convictions for human trafficking,” a report from the British Irish Parliamentary Assembly (BIPA) published yesterday in London said.

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Interpol has been called in to try and identify a teenage girl found dazed in Dublin city.

Detectives have launched a major probe amid fears the girl, who could be as young as 14, was smuggled in to the country by sex traffickers.

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21 October 2013

GARDAI are investigating at least seven foreign diplomats for alleged human trafficking and forced labour offences.

'I wasn't allowed to call home or go to church – I was so alone'

The cases involve foreign ambassadors and lower-level diplomats bringing domestic workers with them from their home countries and keeping them in slave-like conditions here.
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Councils back law aginst human trafficking

Saturday, 19 October 2013 15:01

Eight of Northern Ireland’s district councils and counting have voted to back proposed legislation which aims to combat human trafficking here, an MLA has said.

DUP MLA Brenda Hale revealed the voting pattern yesterday to coincide with the seventh annual EU Anti-Human Trafficking Day.

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By Rebecca Camber

PUBLISHED:21:55 EST, 15 October 2013| UPDATED:05:13 EST, 16 October 2013

The new Crimewatch appeal focused on a claim by an Irish family that they saw a man carrying a child through Praia da Luz at around the time Madeleine McCann was found to be missing.
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