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In Mauritania, slavery’s last bastion

In Mauritania, northwestern Africa, slavery is a fact of modern life. It’s estimated that 10-20 percent of the country’s 3.5 million people are still enslaved in a system rooted in ethnic discrimination. – Author: Robert Asher and Safa Faki

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04.01.2018 | 14:52

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Faulty deal over Japan’s wartime sex slavery?

South Korea said Wednesday a 2015 deal intended to end a festering dispute with Japan over Tokyo’s wartime sex slavery was faulty, reopening a historical wound as the two countries try to rein in North Korea.

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27.12.2017 | 10:13

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Slavery and Rape: The story of Asian maids in Morocco

Asian maids reveal the details of human trafficking in Morocco. They came to work but were exploited and abused.

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02.12.2017 | 16:54

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Comments of the Week

Vintage background with quill pen and inkwell on tableThe Facebook-page of Women Talk Online was visited a constantly by our fans, even during the season of Christmas and New Year. Some good comments were given to our posts, and we have chosen some of them for you to read here. Maybe your comment is one of those. Check out here!

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05.01.2017 | 22:04

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Mexico’s stolen daughters

Mexico’s Ciudad Juarez is known for its infamous mafia gangs. The mafia initially traded in drugs, but now they’ve begun selling women as sex slaves too.

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26.02.2014 | 9:49

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