Breaking News

Saudi princess 'enslaved' Kenyan

Saturday, 13 July 2013 11:41

A woman described as a Saudi princess has been arrested in California and accused of human trafficking.

Published in News

Sex Trafficking Thrives In City

Friday, 21 June 2013 12:56

By David Odongo

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Nairobian has unearthed a scheme where poor teenage girls are trafficked from villages in India and Nepal to Nairobi on a tourist visa, but are then being subjected to sexual slavery by rich Asian businessmen.

Published in News

Kenya: Govt Sued Over Human Trafficking Law

Friday, 21 September 2012 02:34

A non-governmental organisation championing for rights of children has sued the state over it's failure to operationalize law on human trafficking.

The organisation says the continued delay or postponement to operationalise the counter trafficking in persons Act amounts to violation of human rights.

Published in News

Effectively combating transnational and cross border crimes requires close cooperation and commitment of several states, because it surpasses a single nation to combat crimes such as terrorism, human and drug trafficking. It is in this regards that Rwanda National Police hosted the Eastern Africa police Chiefs Cooperation Organization (EAPCCO) Police Command Post Exercise (PCXPX).

Published in News

Rwanda Media High Council and Immigration departments have called Journalists to hold tight their pens and other work equipment to back up the fight against human trafficking particularly children business, it has been requested.

Published in News

Three nights a week, Grace Odembo puts on her special dress and bright lipstick and ventures out into the summer night. She heads to Mombasa's seedy nightclubs and waterfront bars, where local Kenyans and foreign tourists come to drink and women sell their bodies for money and alcohol.

Published in News

A special committee to crack down on an illegal human trafficking syndicate in Kenya will visit Mombasa soon, Foreign Affairs assistant minister Richard Onyonka has said. Mombasa is one of the areas hardest hit by the human trafficking problem.

Published in News

Gay Kenyan Men Used as Sex Slaves in Middle East

Wednesday, 21 December 2011 07:57

The report alleges that gay and bisexual men are lured from university campuses –particularly from Kenyatta University --- with promises of high-paying jobs and then transported to labor as sex workers for men in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

Published in News

Police in Kajiado, Nairobi are investigating an alleged multi-million shilling human trafficking racket that involves local security agents, according to a recent report by

Junior police officers from Mashuuru subdistrict headquarters accuse senior police officers of providing security to traffickers transferring refugees from the closed camps in Dadaab and Liboi through Konza, Mashuuru and Loitoktok before crossing to Tanzania.

Published in News


Two suspects of a human trafficking racket between Kenya and Uganda have been arrested in Bokwo district, eastern Uganda.

A Ugandan man and a Kenyan woman were apprehended at a lodging in Suam and a teenager girl who they had traded for sex exploitation, rescued.

Published in News




afghanistan africa alabama alaska albania algeria argentina arizona arkansas armenia asia australia austria awareness azerbaijan baby trafficking bahamas bahrain balkans bangladesh barbados begging belarus belize benin bhutan bitcoin bolivia bonded labour bosnia and herzegovina brazil brick kilns bulgaria burkina faso california cambodia camel jockeys cameroon canada cannabis making caribbean Carina Saunders central african republic central america chad children child soldiers chile china church coercion colombia colorado conferences congo connecticut costa rica council of europe croatia cuba curacao cyber sex trafficking cyprus czech republic death debt deception delaware denmark domestic servitude dominican republic drugged drugs mules east timor egypt el salvador eritrea ethiopia europe european union farming fbi fiji finland fishing industry florida forced labour forced marriage france gabon gambia georgia germany ghana government greece guam guatemala guinea guyana haiti hawaii hiv/aids honduras hong kong human rights human sacrifice human traffickers hungary iceland idaho illinois india indiana indonesia internet internet portals iowa iran iraq ireland israel italy ivory coast jamaica japan jordan kansas kazakhstan kentucky kenya kidnapping kosovo kuwait kyrgyzstan laos latvia law lebanon lesotho lgbt liberia libya lithuania louisiana madeleine mccann maine malawi malaysia maldives mali malta market maryland massachusetts massage mauritania mexico michigan middle east migrants mining industry minnesota mira sorvino mississippi missouri moldova money mongolia montana morocco mozambique murder myanmar namibia NAPTIP national security agency nato nebraska nepal netherlands nevada new hampshire new jersey new mexico new york new zealand ngo nicaragua niger nigeria north carolina north dakota northern ireland north korea norway ohio oklahoma oman oregon organ trafficking osce pakistan papua new guinea paraguay partnership passports pennsylvania peru philippines poland police porn industry portugal poverty prevention prosecution prostitution prostitutions protection punishment punters raids rhode island roma romania russia rwanda saudi arabia senegal serbia sex slaves sex tourism sexual violence sierra leone singapore slavery slovakia software solutions somalia south africa south america south carolina south dakota south korea spain sporting events sri lanka state department statistics stripping sudan suicide bombers suriname survivors swaziland sweden switzerland syria taiwan tajikistan tanzania tattooing technology tennessee terrorism texas thailand threats tip explained tip report togo trafficking gangs trauma trinidad and tobago tunisia turkey tvpa uganda ukraine united arab emirates united kingdom united nations uruguay usa us dept of justice utah uzbekistan vatican venezuela victims vietnam violence virginia voices vulnerability war washington washington dc west virginia wisconsin witchcraft women yemen zambia zimbabwe

Top Review

Featured Films