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President Obama can go to Africa next week with a clean conscience. The government of Tanzania, which had been in a years-long dispute with the State Department over a human trafficking judgment against one of its diplomats, has settled the case on the eve of the presidential trip.

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By Dana Milbank

When President Barack Obama goes to Africa at month's end, the first African American president will have a rare opportunity to spread American values to that continent. It would be a shame if his trip instead validated slavery.

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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).

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ON June 12 every year, the International Community joins to mark the World Day against Child Labour. On this day, it calls for Universal ratification of the International Labour Organization (ILO)'s Conventions on child labour and of all ILO core conventions.

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An eleven year old girl has just been rescued from the life of sex slavery which she was forced to endure for over three years now in Arusha City.

The girl who was born and bred in Mto-wa-Mbu area of Monduli District, reportedly entered into forced co-habiting with one Mr Joseph Ngisha a 25-year-old resident of Sakina area in Arusha who has been keeping her in his room since 2010.

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Dar es Salaam Leads in Human Trafficking

Tuesday, 07 August 2012 00:08

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania — Incidents of internal trafficking in Tanzania are said to be higher than the transnational trafficking.

According to the Legal Human Rights Centre (LHRC) 2012 Report, the prevalence of Trafficking in persons in Tanzania; the incidents of internal trafficking in Tanzania are higher than the transnational trafficking.

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Walusungu Msondo was first approached by traffickers while he was fishing at Lake Malawi. "The foreigners were being directed by two local people who could show them where they could find young fishermen.

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229 Million Children Are Officially Invisible

Thursday, 12 December 2013 08:00
Registering babies at birth may be a routine, almost automated process in the United States, but it's a rarity in some impoverished nations in both South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a new report released on Tuesday by UNICEF.
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Detectives say they are investigating 13 addresses as part of their probe into claims that three women were held as slaves in London.

The inquiry began after one of three alleged victims told a charity she had been kept against her will for more than 30 years in a house in south London.

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Human trafficking case 'improbable'

Saturday, 23 November 2013 08:00

A wealthy B.C. businesswoman accused of luring a young Tanzanian woman to Canada and forcing her to work as a virtual domestic slave in her multimillion-dollar West Vancouver mansion has been found not guilty of human trafficking.

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