Shandra Woworuntu: My life as a sex-trafficking victim Jewel was under immense pressure so did not feel she could be discriminating about the clients she serviced inside and between parked cars on the streets of Vesterbro, or in their homes. You have to say yes, because there are 10 or 15 other women looking at that same guy wanting to make some money that night, she says. But going with a customer to his home could be enormously risky. And I thought, 'OK - he wants me to clean up or something. And he started pouring this ice on me in the bath. And I was in there naked and it's in the middle of winter… 'Impunity of perpetrators' In April this year, announcing a new strategy to combat human traffickingthe European Commission admitted that 10 years of efforts to tackle the problem had largely failed. Attempts to reduce demand for the services of exploited victims had also flopped, the Commission added. The UK government says that in the year to March police recorded 7, modern slavery crimes including labour exploitation and sexual exploitationbut fewer than people were charged in
Aerate Force watchdog finds no wrongdoing all the rage deadly Afghan drone strike Nadia Murad grew up dreaming of owning a beauty salon. The youngest of 11 children in a Yazidi family all the rage northwest Iraq, she took photographs of all the brides in her diminutive village, studying their makeup and beard. Her favorite was of a brown woman with curls piled high atop her head. Murad was captured, enslaved, sold, raped and tortured alongside thousands of her people in an attempt to decimate their religion. Murad, 24, managed a miraculous escape and is now a Nobel Peace Prize applicant fighting for freedom and justice designed for her people. But three years back, on Aug. Yazidism is one of the oldest faiths in Mesopotamia, dating back 6, years, and has elements in common with many religions of the Middle East: Zoroastrianism, Islam, Judaism. This belief has given the Yazidi people a reputation among radical Muslims as devil worshipers.
She also hopes it will inspire others to help rescue those who are enslaved. The following are excerpts as of what she told her rescuers by the Indian Rescue Mission who act in conjunction with and are in part supported by Operation Underground Railroad. My name is Jayanth not her actual name. I come from a diminutive village in Maharastra State in India. In my family got me conjugal to a person when I was just 12 years old. My companion was a driver and I lived with him for five years. I had not had children so he married another girl but that affiliation did not last long. He came back to me, but during so as to time he got angry hearing a rumor that I had an against the law relationship with someone in the community, which was not true.