Slavery not a crime for almost half the countries in the world — study

Slavery not a crime for almost half the countries in the world — study Originally published by Reuters February 12, 2020 ...
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Boko Haram responsible for 59,311 orphans, 59,213 widows: Nigerian governor

Boko Haram responsible for 59,311 orphans, 59,213 widows: Nigerian governor Originally published by Christian Post February 5, 2020 Samuel Smith The ...
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7 Christians killed, teen girl kidnapped in Boko Haram attack

7 Christians killed, teen girl kidnapped in Boko Haram attack Originally published by Open Doors USA Lindy Lowry December 28, ...
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Islamic State Releases Christmas Video Claiming to Show Beheading of Christians

Islamic State Releases Christmas Video Claiming to Show Beheading of Christians Originally published on The Stream Mary Margaret Olohan December 27, ...
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More than 1,000 Christians killed by Islamic militants in Nigeria in 2019: report

More than 1,000 Christians killed by Islamic militants in Nigeria in 2019: report Originally published by Fox News Danielle Wallace ...
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Liberal media sells out to Qatar

Liberal media sells out to Qatar Originally published in The Washington Examiner December 6, 2019 Dr. Charles Jacobs Recently, several liberal media ...
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Alert: Enslavers of Black People Sitting on the U.N. Human Rights Council

Alert: Enslavers of Black People Sitting on the U.N. Human Rights Council Watch the AASG’s new video. Have you heard? ...
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The shame of Mauritania

The shame of Mauritania Originally published by Weekly Blitz November 23, 2019 Peter Baum Mauritania, a member state of the United ...
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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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