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FBI saves 79 kids held as sex slaves in US

July 6, 2012 Human Trafficking

The FBI, working alongside state and local authorities across the U.S., rescued 79 minors being held as sex slaves, the agency announced Monday. The minors...

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NOT FOR SALE: End Human Trafficking and Slavery

July 6, 2012 Human Trafficking

The visual narrative, an ornate blend of hand and shadow puppetry, presents a stark tale of lost youth, duplicity, exploitation, and bittersweet memory. The tone...

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Why Human Trafficking Cases are Falling Through the Cracks

July 6, 2012 Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a big yet commonly overlooked problem in the United States and abroad. Each year, roughly 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across...

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This is OUTRAGEOUS

July 6, 2012 Human Trafficking

People are not merchandise. You can’t give another wife for FREE if the one you bought ran away.   Our mission is to erradicate this enormous...

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First group of volunteers working in the International Network of Hearts are students from the Universidad Iberoamericana

July 2, 2012 Human Trafficking

Since Monday June 25, for the first time, a group of eight students from Ibero Tijuana and Ibero Puebla are doing their social service with...

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Mexico: Law against people trafficking and reforms to combat crimes against women

June 29, 2012 Government Issues

Mexico City, 13 June 2012. – President Calderón signed the decrees enacting the General Law on the Prevention, Sanction and Eradication of Crimes involving People...

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7 Alleged Pimps Arrested in San Diego

June 29, 2012 Human Trafficking

A nationwide sweep targeting child prostitution has put seven alleged pimps in San Diego behind bars. The three-day sweep known as “Operation Cross Country” was...

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Fiscal pidió seguir investigando a Martins por supuesta trata de personas.

May 10, 2012 Human Trafficking

ARGENTINA. El fiscal federal Federico Delgado apeló hoy el archivo de la denuncia contra Raúl Martins, un ex agente de inteligencia a quien su hija acusó...

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México, primer país en AL en adoptar el Sistema Alerta Amber.

May 10, 2012 La Casa de Jardin

México puso en marcha el Sistema Alerta Amber, cuyo objetivo es responder de manera inmediata en caso de la desaparición de un menor de edad,...

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Wayne y Zavala complacidos por Ley de Trata de Personas.

May 7, 2012 La Casa de Jardin

México, DF.- El embajador de Estados Unidos en México, Anthony Wayne, y la presidenta del DIF, Margarita Zavala, expresaron su beneplácito por la aprobación en el Congreso de la Ley General para Prevenir, Sancionar y...

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