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June, 2015

Sudbury man accused of human trafficking

June 28, 2015 ·  By Carol Mulligan for


A Sudbury man will be back in bail court Friday after being charged June 17 with several criminal offences, including human trafficking. Douglas Bright, 45, was charged by Greater Sudbury Police officers who were participating in a province-wide initiative called Operation Northern Spotlight held June 17 and 18. The initiative brought 18 police services together […]


Historical Abuse Inquiry: Irish police ‘aware’ of Smyth abuse in 1970s

June 28, 2015 ·  By Northern Island for


Police in Dublin were aware of the abuse by a notorious paedophile priest as far back as the early 1970’s, an inquiry has heard. Northern Ireland’s Historical Abuse Inquiry has been examining the activities of Fr Brendan Smyth. New evidence has shown that police were aware of his activities more than 20 years before he […]


Two people charged in human trafficking probe

June 27, 2015 ·  By The Canadian Press for


TORONTO – Two people face a combined 41 charges following the latest crackdown on human trafficking in Ontario. The arrests were made as part of an effort involving police in Toronto and 20 other forces including the RCMP, Ontario Provincial Police and various municipal departments. Police have not released the names of the two people […]


Panel chairman visits Mercy’s child abuse center

June 27, 2015 ·  By Danielle Fox / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for


Josh Shapiro, chairman of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, visited A Child’s Place in Mercy Hospital on Wednesday at an opportune time. Last week, the commission announced that $48 million of Penn State University’s penalties from the Jerry Sandusky case will go toward combating child sexual abuse, partly through child abuse centers such […]


Historical abuse inquiry: Cardinal Brady admits ‘shroud of secrecy’ over sex abuse investigations

June 26, 2015 ·  By Lesley Anne McKeown for

25th June 2015 Cardinal Sean Brady arrives at Banbridge Court House to take part in the Historical Abuse Inquiry. The former leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland is attending the as this week focus on Fr Brendan Smyth who was jailed in 1994 for child abuse offences reaching back to the 1940's. Brendan Smyth died in 1994 one month into a 12 year prison sentence in the Republic of Ireland. The inquiry, which is one of the largest in the UK, was set up by the Assembly to look into child abuse across Northern Ireland. Picture by Jonathan Porter/Press Eye

Cardinal Brady issues ‘unreserved apology’ to all those abused by Fr Brendan Smyth Clerics involved in investigating child sex abuse were bound to secrecy so the Catholic church’s “good name” could be protected, a former primate of Ireland has claimed. Cardinal Sean Brady, who resigned on age grounds last year, was giving evidence to the […]


Man charged with human trafficking

June 26, 2015 ·  By


A Sudbury man is facing several charges relating to human trafficking after he was arrested in a province-wide initiative called Operation Northern Spotlight on June 17. Greater Sudbury Police Service charged Douglas Bright, 45, with procuring a prostitute, administering a noxious substance, trafficking in persons, material benefit from trafficking in persons and knowingly advertising an […]


Cameroon Locked Up 84 Children For Months After ‘Boko Haram’ School Raids

June 26, 2015 ·  By KRISTA LARSON for `

In this photo taken on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015,  refugees that fled their homes due to violence from the Islamic extremists group Boko Haram inside a refugee camp in  Minawao, Cameroon. Cameroon officials say prisons are overcrowded with suspected Islamic extremists whose insurgency has spilled from Nigeria. (AP Photo/Edwin Kindzeka Moki)

DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Cameroonian authorities have been holding 84 children — some as young as 5 years old — for months without charge after officials accused their teachers at Quranic schools of running terrorist training camps, Amnesty International said Friday. The international human rights organization called on Cameroon to release the children to their […]


The love that saves the world

June 25, 2015 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen


IF we really love someone or something for it’s beauty and goodness and not for personal gratification then for sure we will cherish, admire and protect that person or entity from all danger, harm, damage and sickness. We will support and enhance that life and contribute to its growth and well-being. That is love. The […]


9 teens rescued in NBI raid on cybersex den in Taguig

June 25, 2015 ·  By Andrei Medina/ELR, GMA News June 11, 2015 12:34am

24 oras

Nine teenagers were rescued as the National Bureau of Investigation raided a suspected cybersex den in Taguig City, a report from GMA News’ early evening newscast “24 Oras” said Wednesday. According to the report, the NBI’s Anti Human Trafficking Division arrested the 30-year-old suspect allegedly in charge of the cybersex operations. The NBI AHTRAD said […]


3 minors rescued from cybersex dens run by grandmother, aunts

June 25, 2015 ·  By Andrei Medina/JDS, GMA News June 19, 2015 9:40pm

24 oras

The National Bureau of Investigation rescued three minors aged 5 to 8 years old from alleged cybersex dens in Pampanga and Bulacan, a report from GMA’s “24 Oras” said Friday. According to the report, it was the two aunts and grandmother of the victims who offered them to foreigners in exchange for money. The grandmother […]

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