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Human Trafficking: Up to 800,000 people trafficked every year

The US State Department says 600 to 800 thousand people are trafficked across international borders every year... and 80 percent of those are women. Alexi Noelle met with victims of sex trafficking in New York to discuss the problem in the United States. #HumanTrafficking #trafficking #crime

US Human Trafficking: Cracking down on global trafficking networks

US Human Trafficking: Cracking down on global trafficking networks

Florida officials target the trade of humans | Money Talks

Florida officials target the trade of humans | Money Talks

Nigeria Human Trafficking: Campaign aims to educate most vulnerable girls

Nigeria Human Trafficking: Campaign aims to educate most vulnerable girls

NYC Hate Crime: Attacks against religious communities rise

NYC Hate Crime: Attacks against religious communities rise

President Mirziyoyev confirms civilian, police casualties

President Mirziyoyev confirms civilian, police casualties

Moscow claims full control over Ukrainian city of Lysychansk

Moscow claims full control over Ukrainian city of Lysychansk

In Focus: How is the act of genocide defined and can it be prevented?

In Focus: How is the act of genocide defined and can it be prevented?

Stargazers flock to Türkiye's Lake Van

Stargazers flock to Türkiye's Lake Van

Iran hopes Hajj will mend Saudi relations

Iran hopes Hajj will mend Saudi relations

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Bangladeshi lives ruined by rising sea levels

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

Kosovars frustrated with EU visa delay

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

UK scientists make gene-edited tomatoes

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Hundreds of flights cancelled across US, Europe

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Heat wave and fires badly damaging Tunisia's grain harvest

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Balkan states turn to diaspora communities for local investments

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

Turkish President Erdogan speaks to journalists following NATO summit

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