Slave markets found on Instagram and other apps

Slave markets found on Instagram and other apps Originally published on BBC News October 31, 2019 Owen Pinnell and Jess ...
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Mauritania set to win seat on UN’s top human rights body, despite 500,000 slaves

Mauritania set to win seat on UN’s top human rights body, despite 500,000 slaves Originally published on UN Watch October 12, ...
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Black People are Still Slaves. Why Haven’t You Heard about Them?

Black People are Still Slaves. Why Haven’t You Heard about Them? Originally published in The Federalist October 14, 2019 Dr. Charles ...
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The Flagrant Distortions and Subtle Lies of the ‘1619 Project’

The Flagrant Distortions and Subtle Lies of the ‘1619 Project’ Originally published on National Review October 7, 2019 Rich Lowry Nikole Hannah-Jones ...
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Time to Set the Record Straight on Slavery

Originally published on the American Thinker September 30, 2019 James Simpson Antifa is the most public, in-your-face element of the communist Left’s decades-long effort ...
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‘Used and dehumanized’: Dozens of boys found chained in Nigeria

‘Used and dehumanized’: Dozens of boys found chained in Nigeria Originally published by Reuters September 27, 2019 Garba Muhammad and ...
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Nigeria: 22,000 people registered as missing after a decade of war, ICRC’s highest caseload in the world

Nigeria: 22,000 people registered as missing after a decade of war, ICRC’s highest caseload in the world Originally published by ...
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Black Slavery Exists Today in Muslim-Dominated African Nations, but No One’s Talking About It

Black Slavery Exists Today in Muslim-Dominated African Nations, but No One’s Talking About It Originally published on The Stream September 5, ...
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Five Things They Don’t Tell You about Slavery

Five Things They Don’t Tell You about Slavery Originally published on National Review September 5, 2019 Rich Lowry It didn’t begin ...
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Boko Haram: Bloody Terror, No End in Sight

Originally published by the Gatestone Institute September 4, 2019 Uzay Bulut Every year, Nigeria’s Boko Haram, which has gained a ...
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