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Date of publication: 31 January 2007
Abstract: International child traffickers may be using Mozambique's weak adoption laws to target orphaned children, to the growing concern of the government, said a senior official from the Ministry of the Interior.

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Date of publication: 30 January 2007
Abstract: Parents in Andhra Pradesh are selling their own daughters into prostitution. This is not child trafficking carried out by criminal gangs. This is child trafficking carried out by parents themselves. What can the law do when families sell their own children?

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Date of publication: 27 January 2007
Abstract: As India completes 58 years of republic on January 26, 2007, it is right time to take stock of children’s situation in the upcoming economic power. Now stock market is rising, companies are showing profits but the recent incident that took place in Nithari, hardly stone throw from capital city of New Delhi has raised several eye browns in human rights circle. Organ trafficking or sexual abuse may account for the disappearance of 38 children from Nithari. Two persons have been arrested for alluring tender age children, sexually abusing them and then murdering them. This case compels all those concerned with social development to rethink about situation of children in India. Dr. John Dayal, the dynamic religious freedom fighter connected with All India Christian Council has issued urgent appeal to review child welfare and protection programme in India.

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Date of publication: 25 January 2007
Abstract: ROME -- More than 2,000 people throughout Italy -- most of them foreign -- are accused of human trafficking following an investigation that uncovered minors and adults forced into prostitution and working in sweatshops, police said Wednesday. The four-month investigation uncovered hundreds of trafficking rings, some of them as small as three or four people, said Chief Superintendent Chiara Giacomantonio.

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Date of publication: 22 January 2007
Abstract: C'est un procès sans précédent. Aujourd'hui et pendant dix jours, une quarantaine de personnes seront jugées devant le tribunal correctionnel de Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis) pour avoir acheté en France des bébés à des mères bulgares. Entre juillet 2001 et juin 2005, vingt-deux enfants ont ainsi été achetés dans diverses régions. Non pas pour revendre des organes, mais parce que les parents adoptants étaient généralement stériles. Français ou manouches de nationalités étrangères, ils ne pouvaient entrer dans les critères stricts d'adoption de la Ddass. Ils espèrent que leur procès sera aussi celui du système d'adoption à la française.

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Date of publication: 22 January 2007
Abstract: Women and children brought to the UK as sex slaves will have new rights thanks to the government's decision to ratify the European convention on human trafficking. Downing Street today confirmed Britain would join 34 other states in signing the treaty, which requires countries to provide victims with secure accommodation, access to emergency medical assistance, counselling and legal advice.

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Date of publication: 20 January 2007
Abstract: Srinagar, Asharq Al-Awsat- The horrific killings of 19 children and women in the Indian slum of Nithari, close to the affluent area of Noida on the outskirts of India’s capital, Delhi, has brought into focus the horrific trade of human organ trafficking that is claiming the lives of thousands of children worldwide.

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Date of publication: 19 January 2007
Abstract: Sanaa: Child trafficking in Yemen is not a phenomenon, but it is a problem that must be solved, said a Yemeni minister. "It is a burning problem that can't be ignored," Yemeni Minister of Social Affairs and Labour, Amat Al Razzaq Humad, told the upper chamber of parliament, Shura Council, which held a session on Wednesday to discuss the issue of labour and smuggling of children in the presence of all concerned bodies. According to officials and statistics, 900 children were smuggled to Saudi Arabia during 2006 and about two million children do not go to school. The minister told the Shura Council that the street children were a 'time bomb'.

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Date of publication: 19 January 2007
Abstract: Trafficking in Persons Interim Assessment: The Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, passed by the Congress and signed into law by the President in December 2003, requires the Department of State to submit to the Congress an Interim Assessment of the progress made in combating trafficking in persons (TIP) by those countries placed on the Special Watch List in September 2006. The evaluation period covers the six months since the release of the

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Date of publication: 18 January 2007
Abstract: La organización ilegal descubierta por la policía en estos días, en las ciudades de Oviedo y Gijón, logró introducir en el Principado a 130 personas, casi un tercio del total de la comunidad asiática que reside en la región. A cada uno de ellos se les cobró hasta 4.000 euros y, una vez en Asturias, les sometían a unas condiciones de trabajo infrahumanas, sin cotizar en la Seguridad Social.

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