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Date of publication: 13 September 2006
Abstract: Ante la realidad de que México se ha convertido en un país de origen, tránsito y destino de las organizaciones criminales de trata de personas, el gobierno otorgará visas a víctimas de este delito para que permanezcan en el país y apoyen los procesos judiciales contra los delincuentes que trafican con seres humanos.

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Date of publication: 12 September 2006
Abstract: LAGOS, 12 Sep 2006 (IRIN) - Human traffickers make good business taking poorly educated girls from Nigerian villages to toil as domestic workers in the sprawling urban throb of Lagos. But the girls, some as young as five years old, see little or none of their earnings.

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Date of publication: 12 September 2006
Abstract: Kathmandu, Sept 12: An estimated 10,000 to 15,000 women and girls from Nepal are trafficked into brothels in India every year, the Himalayan nation's top human rights body claimed in a report unveiled today.

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Date of publication: 12 September 2006
Abstract: The Bombay High Court has hauled up the police for "inaction in curbing human trafficking and prostitution". A division bench comprising justices J N Patel and R S Dalvi observed that action had to be initiated at the police station level itself to ensure that girls are not forced into prostitution.

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Type of document: News
Date of publication: 10 September 2006
Abstract: It was revealed that Ambassador John Miller Director of the U.S. State Department Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons is undergoing negotiations with Korea, China, other related governments and NGO’s in discussion to resolve the issue pertaining to trafficking of defectors.

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Date of publication: 09 September 2006
Abstract: COSTA MESA, Calif. - A Vietnamese mother, lured by the promise of a high-paying factory job, chased her dream of sending both daughters to college into a sweatshop far from home, with no exit. She fell prey to men who took her to the American territory of Samoa, where she was enslaved with about 250 other desperate women from China and Vietnam. Those who complained were beaten and starved.

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Type of document: News
Date of publication: 08 September 2006
Abstract: Three crisis centres dealing with child victims of human trafficking and violence would start functioning in the end of the year, Deputy Labour and Social Policies Minister Ivanka Hristova said. The centres would be located in Pazardjik, Dragoman and Balvan, Bulgarian news agency BTA reported. Financial resources would come from the state budget.

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Date of publication: 08 September 2006
Abstract: México, 8 sep 06 (CIMAC).- Actualmente al menos 2 millones 450 mil víctimas de la trata están trabajando en condiciones de explotación en el mundo y cada año se le agregan un millón 200 mil más, la mayoría mujeres, niñas y niños, que se ubican tanto en las fronteras como dentro de los límites nacionales, señaló la Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT).

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Type of document: News
Date of publication: 07 September 2006
Abstract: NEW DELHI: India has the dubious distinction of being a sort of 'all-rounder' in the sex trade. It is one of the very few countries in the globe that rank high as origin, destination as well as transit points in this murky business.

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Date of publication: 06 September 2006
Abstract: KIEV (AP)--Ukrainian officials Wednesday warned that human trafficking threatened to become a major problem for this ex-Soviet republic, and appealed for more international efforts to stop it. Activists attending a major conference by the International Council of Women say official statistics on human trafficking in Ukraine - and elsewhere - belie the true scope of the problem.

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