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September, 2014


Tödliche Angriffe auf Akteure des Fairen Handels

September 18, 2014 · 

13.09.2014 GEWALT Wer in Entwicklungsländern für faire Löhne und Arbeitsbedingungen kämpft, geht Risiken ein. Oft bleibt es nicht bei Drohungen VON MIRKO HEINEMANN 15. März 2014, am frühen Samstagabend mitten in Oton, einer Kleinstadt auf der philippinischen Insel Panay: Romeo Robles Capalla, Vorstandsvorsitzender und Mitgründer der Genossenschaft Panay Fair Trade Center (PFTC), besuchte den Wochenmarkt, […]

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Disaster victims end up as sex workers

September 17, 2014 · 

ABS-CBNnews.com Posted at 08/29/2014 10:46 AM | Updated as of 08/29/2014 6:27 PM MANILA – Nine female sex workers, four of whom were allegedly minors, were rescued from a motel in Caloocan City. Atty. Eric Nuqui, chief NBI Anti-Human Trafficking Division, said some of the victims were from calamity-hit areas such as Samar. “This is […]

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Deporting the Heart

September 17, 2014 · 

September 15, 2014 Daniel G. Groody Unaccompanied child migrants and the globalization of indifference ere is a story, often quoted in church circles, about a man who lived near a river. One morning he went to get some water and saw a body floating downstream. He dove in, rescued the body, pulled it to shore and […]

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High court verdict spells the end for Australian immigration detention as we know it

September 17, 2014 · 

The landmark hearing clearly set out the constitutional limits on detaining non-citizens. The federal government will now have to release or process thousands of asylum seekers Joyce Chia  reporter theguardian.com, Thursday 11 September 2014 08.00 BST The policy of locking people up indefinitely… is unlawful under Australian law.’Photograph: AAP Thursday’s high court verdict, which dealt another […]

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NFL star Adrian Peterson arrested for child abuse

September 17, 2014 · 

13 September 2014 Last updated at 09:07 Adrian Peterson’s attorney said his client regretted the incident and insisted he was a loving father An American football player has been arrested in Texas for allegedly hitting his young child with a tree branch. Adrian Peterson, who plays for NFL side Minnesota Vikings, turned himself in to the authorities […]

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Ex-USC professor pleads guilty to sexually assaulting Filipino boys

September 17, 2014 · 

(Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times) By RICHARD WINTON, KATE MATHER A former USC professor once on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted fugitives list pleaded guilty Friday to flying to the Philippines and sexually assaulting underage boys he groomed online. Walter Lee Williams, 65, admitted engaging in illegal sexual contact with minors in foreign […]

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At least 34 Syrian children die from contaminated measles vaccine

September 17, 2014 · 

Death toll expected to rise, says rebel government, as it warns saboteurs linked to Assad regime may be responsible Mowaffaq Safadi in Gaziantep and Patrick Kingsley in Cairo The Guardian , Wednesday 17 September 2014 Idlib measles deaths Many of the dead children come from Idlib province, which is controlled by moderate rebels. Photograph: Khalil […]

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Protect your Youth from Human Trafficking and all forms of Modern Slavery

September 17, 2014 · 

 By Archbishop Charles Bo, SDB (CNUA) Human trafficking is a virtual hell for millions of vulnerable people. More than a million people are trafficked every year and around 400,000 women are forced into sex slavery. The world is yet to be ashamed of the perpetuation of slavery in the modern forms: South East Asia is […]

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The City of Angels – or how minor girls end up in the Preda girl's home

September 16, 2014 · 

by Moritz Weinbeer – September, 10th 2014 A weekend in August, two of us volunteers at Preda, Larissa and me, went on a short trip to explore the Mount Pinatubo, the volcano that erupted in 1991. Due to a problem along the way no traffic would go there, thus we decided to hike another nearby volcano, the Mount […]

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Anticoal protest revived in Subic

September 12, 2014 · 

By Allan Macatuno |Inquirer Central Luzon SUBIC BAY FREEPORT —Do not be surprised if one of these days, one will see people in the Subic Bay Freeport and nearby areas in Zambales province wearing protest shirts against a proposed coal-fired power plant here. The clamor to oppose the project at Redondo Peninsula here is starting to gain […]

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