Topic: Anti-Slavery International
The three women freed from 30 years of captivity are just the 'tip of the iceberg,' activists warn. New laws may be the answer.
Three women in London were allegedly rescued from three decades of modern-day slavery.
Across the world, women, children, and men are forced or pressured into jobs that keep them in modern-day servitude. Some involve sexual exploitation. Millions more are central to the goods and services the developed world enjoys.
The regime found the two reporters guilty of unspecified 'grave' crimes and sentenced them to 'reform through labor.'
06/08/2009 01:00 am