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Topic: Human Trafficking


UN Urges Action on Millions of Asian Trafficking Victims

March 29, 2000 · 

Published in The Foreign Post (March 23 – 29, 2000) BANGKOK – Nine million people have been enslaved in the global sex trade or forced to work in appalling conditions by powerful crime syndicates active in human trafficking, according to a new United Nations report. “Organized crime groups are eager to profit from this abominable […]

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Young Girls Sold for Sex, Flown to US

March 4, 2000 · 

Published in Today (March 04, 2000) Filipino girls – unless accompanied by their parents – will not be allowed to leave the country following reports that many of them are being sold to Amercian men through tour packages. Immigration Commissioner Rufus Rodriguez has ordered BI officials, to monitor children traveling abroad. Rodriguez issued the order […]

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American Arrested in Cebu for Mail-order Bride Trade

February 11, 2000 · 

Published in The Philippine Daily Inquirer (February 11, 2000) CEBU CITY — An American who owns a fleet of taxicabs here was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion he was exploiting young Filipinas in a mail-order bride business. A joint team of policemen and National Bureau of Investigation agents collared Perry McNeely, 59, inside a hotel […]

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Unicef Child Sex Trafficking Must End

January 23, 2000 · 

Published in The Manila Times (January 23, 2000) NATIONS must fight the greed and brutal disregard for human rights which underpin the worldwide trafficking in children and women, most often for sexual exploitation, according to United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) Executive Director Carol Bellamy. Speaking in Tokyo at the Asia-Pacific Symposium on trafficking in Persons, […]

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