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Ex-Hague Prosecutor Aleges Ogan Tafficking in Kosovo

The Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kosovo reacted on Friday to a letter from Human Rights Watch where they were asked to investigate the allegations in Carla Del Ponte’s book about alleged organ trafficking in the aftermath of the Kosovo war.

 2008-04-14

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YEMEN: Government Unveils New Plan to Combat Child Trafficking

The Yemeni government has announced a new and comprehensive initiative to combat child smuggling and trafficking. The first of its kind in the country, officials say they expect the plan to tackle the problem through detailed research and targeted programmes.

 2008-04-14

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Babies Traded to Cheat Benefits System

Britain is at the centre of a massive international trade in babies.

 2008-04-14

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No Human Trafficking in UAE, Say Police

According to the law, corporate bodies will be liable to a fine ranging between 100,000 ($27,000) and one million ($270,000) UAE dirham if their representatives, managers, or agents are convicted in a human trafficking crime.

 2008-04-11

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Mozambique: Assembly Passes Bill Against Human Trafficking

The issue has been hitting headlines recently because of the coverage on Mozambican Television of the case of three teenage girls enticed from Maputo with promises of jobs and study in South Africa, only to end up in a brothel in Pretoria.

 2008-04-11

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Rise in Human Trafficking Largely Unnoticed in Canada, Experts say

"A lot of people don't see the problem because they don't want to see it..."

"Our best defence against this horrendous crime is education. The public needs to know about it."

 2008-04-11

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Conference to Discuss Protection for Trafficking Victims

The Government recently signed the European Convention on Action against Trafficking and is establishing an anti-trafficking unit.

 2008-04-10

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Child Trafficking Could Become Rampant in State Unless Tackled Urgently, Feels Activist

Women and children are particularly vulnerable to human trafficking and in Manipur child trafficking appears to be a growing epidemic.

 2008-04-10

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