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The girl, who was described as being from a broken and troubled family, was subjected to sexual abuse over four days after being persuaded to travel with the men to Ipswich in Suffolk in July last year.

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Jemal Borovinov.

Of the estimated 30 million people trapped in slavery around the world, only about 140,000 of them come from Europe. While that might make some Europeans feel a little better about the continent they're dwelling on (bankrupt and increasingly irrelevant), it shouldn't.

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PARIS: Five people have been convicted in Kosovo in connection with an elaborate organ-trafficking network that lured poor people to the country and then sold their kidneys and other organs to wealthy transplant recipients from Israel, the United States, Canada and Germany, charging as much as $130,000 for each organ.

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Garowe, Somalia — Puntland authorities apprehended 2 men alleged of kidnapping 7 young girls from southern Somalia outside Garowe as they were headed to Las'anod on Wednesday, Garowe Online reports.

The two men were charged with kidnapping and human trafficking 7 young girls from the ages of 7 to 15 from Hawadley village, under the district of Bal'ad in Middle Shabelle region.

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A report by the Centre for Social Justice has said more than 1,000 adults and children were trafficked into or within the UK in 2011/2012 (file picture posed by model)

A teenage girl was raped 90 times in one weekend it has been revealed, in a shocking report into modern-day slavery in the UK.

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Push to toughen sex trafficking laws

Sunday, 03 March 2013 16:09

LANSING In the midst of what experts call the second-fastest growing criminal industry in the world after drug trafficking, some legislators are pushing for tougher punishment for sex traffickers.

The new legislation would ensure that defendants convicted of coercing children ages 16 and 17 into prostitution are more stiffly punished, said Senate sponsor Judy Emmons, R-Sheridan.

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“Girl D” said that she was forced to become a sex slave by two alleged members of the Oxford child sex gang, who also allegedly raped her themselves.

Giving evidence for a second day at the Old Bailey, she described how she was made to act as a hostess in hotel rooms and at parties, where she would be expected to have sex with men that one of her alleged abusers, Mohammed Karrar, brought to her.

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The Algiers criminal court on Sunday (February 17th) postponed the trial of 13 child-trafficking suspects, AFP reported.

The case involves the alleged kidnapping of Algerian children, who were taken to Saint Etienne in France and given up for adoption in return for money.

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Fear for prostitutes prevents buying sex

Monday, 11 February 2013 10:32
More than 25% of punters have refrained from buying sex from a prostitute because she appeared to be either trafficked, coerced, or underage, a survey by the Immigrant Council of Ireland has found.
 

By Stephen Rogers
Irish Examiner Reporter

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'6 Malaysian women worked as sex slaves'

Monday, 04 February 2013 15:27
MELBOURNE -- A woman, accused of running a Sydney brothel, told six Malaysian women she held in alleged "sexual servitude", they had to perform sex acts to settle debts they incurred in coming to Australia, a court was told.
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