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Date of publication: 22 August 2006
Abstract: CHILD trafficking is rampant in Swaziland but there is still no law criminalising it. This is contained in the country’s issue paper for a new child law presented by University of Swaziland Lecturer Maxine Langwenya during a media workshop on reporting child abuse and orphaned and vulnerable children issues held last week at Orion Hotel in Pigg’s Peak

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Date of publication: 22 August 2006
Abstract: DOHA • Trafficking in humans is the third largest organised crime in the world after weapons trade and drug smuggling and trafficking, says a Doha-based expert. The turnover from human trafficking worldwide is a whopping $7bn annually, Dr Osama Al Alusi, an expert at the Human Rights Watch at the Ministry of Interior, told a workshop here yesterday.

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Date of publication: 22 August 2006
Abstract: PATNA: Prayas Bharati, a voluntary organisation, has rescued over 90 girls from being trafficked in Patna Junction alone during the past one year. On August 15 last year, the NGO opened a Women Line, a 24-hour helpline on platform no. 1 to rescue trafficked women.

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Date of publication: 22 August 2006
Abstract: Illegal immigrants, often young girls, are taken from their homes and sold as sex slaves. They're young, confused, treated as slaves, and many times forced into prostitution. Human trafficking victims, often from Guatemala find themselves held prisoner at a home in the United States

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Date of publication: 22 August 2006
Abstract: In recent years many studies on the sexual exploitation of women and children in Zimbabwe have been conducted and the results show that many challenges still abound when it comes to understanding the repugnant practices.

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Date of publication: 21 August 2006
Abstract: Belize may not have much of a problem with human trafficking but, according to officials, that does not mean we should fail to prepare.

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Date of publication: 21 August 2006
Abstract: El PRI propuso reformar el Código Penal Federal a fin de precisar el concepto de trata de personas, adecuarlo a la definición que maneja la Convención Interamericana sobre Trato Internacional de Menores y aumentar las penas por este delito.

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Type of document: News
Date of publication: 18 August 2006
Abstract: Lack of proper laws and policies is hampering the fight against child trafficking, Vice-President, Mr Moody Awori has said. Consequently, Awori on Thursday said the Attorney General was drafting laws to curb trafficking of persons. He said poverty, lack of education and high number of HIV/Aids orphans exposed many people to human trafficking.

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Date of publication: 17 August 2006
Abstract: THE HAGUE, 17/08/06 - Victims of human trafficking may stay in the Netherlands. Aliens Affairs Minister Rita Verdonk intends to relax the rules, she has written in a letter to the Lower House.

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Date of publication: 13 August 2006
Abstract: Thiruvananthapuram: The Social Welfare Department will take immediate steps to implement a total ban on child begging in all districts within a year. The decision is part of an action plan announced at a State-level training programme for police officers on juvenile justice and prevention of child abuse and trafficking, organised by UNICEF and the department.

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