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Jardeleza is richest SC justice in 2014

June 17, 2015 ·  By www.rappler.com

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Francis Jardeleza declares a net worth of P244.41 million in 2014, dislodging Justice Mariano del Castillo as the ‘richest’ in the Supreme Court MANILA, Philippines – The newest Supreme Court justice is the judiciary’s richest in 2014. Based on the Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) summary report obtained by Rappler from the […]

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Paedophilia – Noncompliant bishops will be tried in the Vatican

June 17, 2015 ·  By Iacopo Scaramuzzi, Vatican City (Vatican Insider via CNUA) for vaticaninsider.lastampa.it

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Francis has decided that “abuse of office” by bishops who do not follow up complaints about children being sexually abused by priests, is a canonical offence. He is also setting up a related section in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Mary Collins, a former clerical sex abuse victim is glad about the […]

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Paedophile Rolf Harris ‘writes sick jail song branding his victims money-grabbing wenches’

June 17, 2015 ·  By By SCOTT CAMPBELL PUBLISHED: 02:11, Sun, Jun 14, 2015 | UPDATED: 02:26, Sun, Jun 14, 2015

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PAEDOPHILE Rolf Harris has reportedly written a song mocking his victims as money-grabbing “wenches”. The disgraced entertainer apparently said his victims were “joining the feeding frenzy” by getting their “hooks into his dough”. He also said his life behind bars was “no hardship really”. The 85-year-old was handed a six-year jail term last year for […]

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Vatican tribunal to hear cases of bishops accused of covering up child abuse

June 16, 2015 ·  By Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Rome Wednesday 10 June 2015

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Pope Francis approves proposals to create specific process for dealing with senior clerics who are negligent in handling abuse Pope Francis has established a tribunal to investigate bishops accused of failing to protect children and vulnerable adults from sex abuse, in a move seen as the most forceful act by the pontiff to date to […]

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Lack of decent work awaits former child laborers, says ILO report

June 16, 2015 ·  By Yuji Gonzales 08:17 PM June 12th, 2015

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The growing incidence of child labor in the world will ultimately result in lack of decent employment opportunities for former youth laborers in the future. This was the central message of the International Labor Organization (ILO) in its World Report on Child Labor 2015, which was released on Wednesday, two days before the World Against […]

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Irish husband of OFW on drugs charge has been framed claim family

June 15, 2015 · 

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A head of steam is growing in the case of Irishman Eanna O’Cochlain who has been convicted and sentenced to 12 years by a Philippine court for possession of 0.3 grams of marijuana. Mr O’Cochlain, originally from Cork, was in Laoag in the northern Philippines catching an internal flight to Manila when he was arrested […]

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DCI: “UN Shields Israel From Accountability For Atrocities Against Children”

June 15, 2015 ·  By IMEMC News Tuesday June 09, 2015 14:11

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IMEMC : Defense for Children International – Palestine Branch (DCIP), issued a statement expressing deep concern regarding the decision of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon to exclude the Israeli army from the UN annual list of groups that commit serious violations against children. DCI said that the UN leader annually submits to the UN Security Council […]

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Norway gets out of coal

June 15, 2015 ·  By Tom Sanzillo June 5, 2015

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In Norway’s Divestment, Consequences for Almost 50 Coal-Burning U.S. Utilities As Norway’s parliament moves to order the country’s gigantic pension fund to pull back on its investments in risky coal-centric companies, its actions spell consequences for a long list of U.S. utilities and energy conglomerates. In a press release we just posted, we list the […]

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Poster exhibition addresses human trafficking

June 12, 2015 ·  By newagebd.net

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Cultural Correspondent A poster exhibition addressing human trafficking is going on at Zainul Gallery at Dhaka University. Organised by the department of graphic design of the university, in collaboration with Relief International, the show displays 33 posters by the masters-level students of the department. Three entries by Al Monjur Elahi, Dipti Sarkar Joya and Rehmanul […]

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A timely call to combat human trafficking

June 12, 2015 ·  By AN AUSTRALIAN ANGLE By Bill Tweddell (The Philippine Star) for www.philstar.com

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The challenge human traffickers pose to men, women and children across the globe and in our region is stark. Around the world, an estimated 2.5 million people are in forced labour at any given time as a result of human trafficking. Like the Philippines, Australia is committed to playing our part to address this global […]

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