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Slavery Remains in Yemen

By Benjamin Joffe-Walt July 5, 2010 Yemeni rights groups launch advocacy campaign following reports of hundreds living in servitude. Hundreds of people are enslaved in Yemen, a local human rights group has claimed. The National […]

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Manute Bol: Most Valuable Helper

June 23, 2010 By NICHOLAS D. KRISTOF Sports stars often make headlines with spectacular misconduct, and they don’t use their celebrity enough to make the world a better place. But every now and then, along […]

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US: Slavery in Mauritania Report 2010

Mauritania (Tier 3) Mauritania is a source and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically conditions of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Some women, men, and children from […]

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US: Slavery in Sudan Report 2010

SUDAN (Tier 3) Sudan is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically conditions of forced labor and forced prostitution. Sudanese women and girls, particularly those […]

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Manute Bol: Height, and depth

By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist  June 22, 2010 He didn’t know how to hold a pencil. This is Manute Bol we’re talking about. He was a Dinka tribesman from southern Sudan who had been brought […]

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Sex slave girls face cruel justice in Iraq

By Mohammed Jamjoom, CNN Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) — At one of Baghdad’s two female juvenile prisons, the young Iraqi girls live in limbo, sadness and desperation permeating every aspect of their interrupted lives. Some face […]