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Fedor finds her voice

Tuesday, 26 June 2012 08:13
COLUMBUS — "Without her, we wouldn't have a voice," a former human-trafficking victim recently said of Rep. Teresa Fedor.

But one might also say that it was this victim and others like her who gave the Democratic lawmaker from Toledo her voice.

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Like a scene from the Asian version of Miami Vice, China vice cops raided a brothel posing as a beauty parlor in southwest China.

Eleven Vietnamese girls who were abducted and forced into prostitution in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region were rescued by the agents, police in Dongxing City, Guangxi, said Saturday.

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Rep. Chris Smith. Credit: US Mission Geneva.

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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Sex trafficker convicted

Friday, 20 July 2012 01:24
FBI Special Agent in Charge Brian D. Lamkin

JONESBORO — A federal jury has convicted a former Ellenwood resident for operating a sex trafficking ring in the metro Atlanta area, said the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District.

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By Xu Wei
China Daily/Asia News Network
Wednesday, Jul 11, 2012

A man, who lost his son to human traffickers more than 20 years ago, was reunited with him last month. Father and son tell Xu Wei their stories in Chongqing.

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Umuahia — Operatives of Abia State Vigilante Service, AVS, popularly known as Bakassi Boys, has smashed a human trafficking syndicate operating in Obingwa, Aba, Osisioma, Ugwunagbo and Isialangwa Local Government Areas of Abia State.

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Chinese state television showed pictures of a child being taken away from a woman who had allegedly bought it. Suspects and other rescued children were also shown being detained by police.

The ministry said 181 children were freed during the raids, which took place simultaneously in provinces across China, from Yunnan in the south-west to Hebei in the north.

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Goma — Now we know: Thomas Lubanga is sentenced to spend 14 years in jail for abducting and forcing children to fight in the Second Congo War. Yet the announcement on Tuesday by the International Criminal Court begets another question: what reparations are due to the warlord's victims?

"What I want is very simple: money to boost my business.

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The Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony has kidnapped almost 600 children over the past three years forcing some of them to kill each other and work as sex slaves, a UN report has found.
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SPOKANE, Wash. - A woman who told investigators she was held captive for the last year against her will, sold for sex, and forced to take methamphetamine at homes and motels across Spokane Valley, has led to the arrest of four people in one of the first reported cases of human trafficking in Spokane County.

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