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Almost 36 million people are living as slaves across the globe with an index on Monday listing Mauritania, Uzbekistan, Haiti, Qatar and India as the nations where modern-day slavery is most prevalent.

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Former warlord Bosco Ntaganda played a "key role" in ethnic crimes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, using child soldiers and capturing sex slaves for his rebel army, the International Criminal Court heard on Monday.

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Federal authorities say human trafficking is alive and well in New Orleans and is not just an International problem for places like Eastern Europe and Mexico.

There is now some new help in New Orleans for the victims of abduction and sex slavery and it's called the Eden House in Uptown.

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It’s known as “sex slavery” or “human trafficking” and it’s happening in Nova Scotia.

Police in Halifax said Tuesday they’ve interviewed eight women, aged 15-40, who were likely victims of human trafficking as part of a nationwide operation targeting traffickers in the trade.

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A vulnerable woman was forced into a sham marriage and raped while kept as a slave above a shop, a jury heard
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Yasmi Mohammed has left her sick mother at home in Morocco after promise of a job in Liberia, she agreed to travel far West of Africa to get a better shot at life to care for her sick mother.

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For most people in the UK, their only experience of many global challenges will be through the headlines. The British media's reporting of forced labour is vitally important to end slavery and boost political will to take tougher measures against what is a growing criminal industry in the UK today.

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Rwandan 'sex Slaves' Rescued in Uganda

Monday, 29 July 2013 15:58

Six Rwandan victims of sex exploitation have been rescued by Uganda Police. The Rwandan women were recently rescued after police raided a brothel called Safe Way in the western Uganda district of Bushenyi, according to Asan Kasingye, Uganda Police's Director of Interpol and International Relations.

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The release of the State Department’s latest Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) revealed that Asia is home to some of the worst perpetrators of illegal human trafficking.

China has now joined the ranks of Russia, North Korea, Iran, and a handful of other countries as Tier 3 violators of human trafficking laws.

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Couple paid $8000 for child sex slave

Thursday, 23 January 2014 11:42

Double lives: Newton, right, with Truong and their son outside their Cairns home. Photo: ABC

Standing before an American court convicted of the most heinous of child sex crimes, the double lives of Australian citizen Mark J. Newton and his long-term boyfriend Peter Truong were laid bare.

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