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July, 2015


Two held after trafficking ring busted at IGIA

July 23, 2015 ·  By Express News Service | New Delhi for http://indianexpress.com

Police said the case, which was initially perceived to be one of traveling with fake travel documents, was later found to be one of human trafficking. (Source: AP) - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/two-held-after-trafficking-ring-busted-at-igia/#sthash.7oNfkidp.dpuf

A human trafficking racket has been busted by the Airport police after a suspicion was raised by CISF officials on Tuesday over the presence of seven Nepalese girls in the transit area — where a traveller can enter only after immigration clearance — of IGI Airport without proper “clearances”. The women were on their way […]

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MURDER AT SEA: Captured on video, but killers go free

July 23, 2015 ·  By IAN URBINA for www.nytimes.com

Image from footage of murder at sea, found on a cellphone camera in Fiji.

HARJAH KHALID PORT, United Arab Emirates — The man bobbing in the sea raises his arms in a seeming sign of surrender before he is shot in the head. He floats face down as his blood stains the blue water. A slow-motion slaughter unfolds over the next 6 minutes and 58 seconds. Three other men […]

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TPP Opponents Force Obama to Ignore Human Trafficking

July 22, 2015 ·  By K. WILLIAM WATSON for www.cato.org

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According to news reports, the Obama administration is planning to upgrade Malaysia’s ranking in the State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons Report. Advocacy groups are complaining that the move is motivated not by an improvement in Malaysia’s practices but by the administration’s desire to include Malaysia in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. These critics are probably right, […]

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Westminster paedophile scandal: Tory minister Leon Brittan ‘liked boys to dress in women’s underwear’

July 22, 2015 ·  By Ewan Palmer for www.ibtimes.co.uk

MARRAKESH, MOROCCO:  European Commission spokesman Sir Leon Brittan (R) shakes hands with US Trade Representative Mickey Kantor, prior to a bilateral meeting 12 April 1994 in Marrakesh during the GATT's ministerial meeting. Both are scheduled to spend much of the day in talks in an effort to resolve a dispute over access to the telecommunications market in time for 15 April's signing ceremony. (Photo credit should read ABDELHAK SENNA/AFP/Getty Images)

Former home secretary Leon Brittan and ex-MI6 agent Peter Hayman are among the suspects who were involved in paedophile rings operating in the 1980s, according to reports. The late Conservative MP and British diplomat were both named by alleged victims during an investigation by Australian current affairs programme 60 Minutes entitled Spies, Lords and Predators. […]

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NBI nabs Belgian for alleged child abuse in Bohol

July 21, 2015 ·  By /www.gmanetwork.com

The National Bureau of Investigation's (NBI's) Anti-Human Trafficking Division arrested former Belgium Mayor Prosper Slachmuylders in Trinidad, Bohol, on charges of child abuse, child pornography and child trafficking. His computer hard drive yielded a large collection of pictures of purported minors half-naked and engaged in sexual acts. The suspect was caught by operatives with a 15-year-old student inside his home. John Consulta, GMA News

The National Bureau of Investigation apprehended Belgian Prosper Slachmuylders for alleged child abuse activities in Trinidad town in Bohol, a report from GMA’s “24 Oras” said Thursday. According to the report, the 76-year-old suspect was caught in the act and arrested along with a Filipina said to be a recruiter. Slachmuylders is reportedly a former […]

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Senior Labour MP accused of child sex abuse

July 20, 2015 ·  By Ben Farmer for www.telegraph.co.uk

Much of the abuse was alleged to have taken place at the Dolphin Square complex in Pimlico, where a large number of MPs had flats Photo: Reuters

Two MPs have reportedly spoken to detectives about the senior Labour MP after hearing allegations he had abused boys A senior Labour MP has been reported to police by Parliamentary colleagues over allegations he sexually abused boys, it has been claimed. Two MPs reportedly passed on their concerns to police after hearing accusations against the […]

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Police investigating claims of child sex abuse against a senior Labour MP

July 20, 2015 ·  By Kevin Rawlinson for www.theguardian.com

The Conservative MP said he had handed over the evidence he had to police. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian

Allegations by a Conservative MP who requested anonymity include that the Labour MP had abused children over course of 10 years Police are investigating allegations of sexual abuse and corruption made against a senior Labour MP. Detectives were told two weeks ago that the politician had abused children and other vulnerable people over the course […]

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Human Trafficking and Christian Faith.

July 18, 2015 · 

Fr. Shay Cullen

Human Trafficking and Christian Faith 18  July  2015 Fr. Shay Cullen   The peace and compassion, freedom and dignity championed by Jesus of Nazareth, are ideals that give purpose and meaning to human existence. Slavery, the selling or abduction or control of humans for exploitation, of any kind by any means is a deprivation of […]

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National Child Abuse Redress Scheme ‘Complicated’

July 16, 2015 ·  By www.probonoaustralia.com.au

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The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse is about to release its recommendations around a national redress scheme but has warned that the solutions are not as simple as just paying out dollars. The Chair of the Royal Commission Justice McClellan foreshadowed the redress recommendations and outlined the complexity of the issues […]

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Human trafficking victim to challenge Hong Kong’s laws

July 16, 2015 ·  By Astrid Zweynert for www.smh.com.au

Day-off: HK is home to 320,000 domestic workers, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia. Photo: AP

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Hong Kong: A human trafficking victim, who was beaten and forced to work without pay will be allowed to challenge the autonomous region’s failure to pass laws protecting victims of forced labour in court. The landmark review was filed by a man who said he came to the territory as a domestic worker, but was […]

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