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Whenever I see a documentary on the holocaust, I ask how such a thing could happen over a six-year period between 1939 and 1945, apparently with very few people knowing about it.

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A Filipina nanny testified in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver on Wednesday she wouldn’t have come to Canada if she had known what the working conditions here would be like.

Franco Orr and his wife Nicole Huen are on trial for human trafficking charges arising from allegations they brought Leticia Sarmiento to Canada illegally and forced her to work in domestic servitude for several years.

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The report, seen by The Independent, comes at a time when the number of trafficking victims identified is soaring and criminal convictions for the offence have plummeted. It is published by the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group (ATMG), a coalition of organisations established to scrutinise the government’s progress in tackling modern slavery.

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Joanna Simons said that although the council “take enormous responsibility for what's happened”, her “gut feeling” is that she will not resign.

Ms Simons said the council would be asking itself some “very hard questions” in the wake of the case, which involved girls as young as 11 being drugged and raped by members of one of Britain's biggest ever child sex gangs.

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When Thames Valley Police was first made aware of allegations of rape and sexual assault against teenagers in August 2006 — and on at least three further occasions — it failed to pursue the investigations after the terrified victims withdrew their complaints.

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The Signs Of Sex Trafficking

Wednesday, 15 May 2013 17:03
A volunteer group says the conviction of 7 men from Oxford for child sex trafficking is a wake-up call for everybody.

OXCAT (Oxford Community Against Trafficking) praised the victims for their bravery in making sure the men faced justice but say the case has pulled into 'sharp focus' the horror of human trafficking in neighbourhoods and communities.

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Seven members of a child sex trafficking ring have been convicted of a string of sex offences against six girls aged between 11 and 16.

A string of failings by social workers and police allowed the Oxfordshire gang to brutally exploit vulnerable schoolgirls, selling them for sex for seven years.

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A gang of Asian men who groomed vulnerable white girls for sex has been jailed for more than 50 years.

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Joanna Simons said that although the council “take enormous responsibility for what's happened”, her “gut feeling” is that she will not resign.

Ms Simons said the council would be asking itself some “very hard questions” in the wake of the case, which involved girls as young as 11 being drugged and raped by members of one of Britain's biggest ever child sex gangs.

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Young Osaka mayor’s Monday’s comments have already stirred up anger in neighbouring countries that bore the brunt of Japan’s wartime aggression. The countries in question have repeatedly pointed out that Japan has never fully expiated its atrocities in Asia and the Pacific in the 1930s and the 1940s.

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