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6 Nov 2019
The captives, women, and children amongst them, were "held as slaves and engaged in forced labor." Nearly 1,500 people have been rescued from abusive Islamic institutions since September.
23 Aug 2019
Mother and daughter Tani Sanchez and Tani Sylvester's ancestors were taken as slaves from Ghana. On the 400th anniversary of the first recorded arrival of slaves in North America, the pair are taking a tour "back home" to explore their heritage.
20 Aug 2019
It's estimated that over 40 million people are being held as slaves worldwide. Often trapped into their predicament by false promises. Or even worse - handed over as children by their parents
22 Mar 2019
We refuse to be happy slaves, Peter Obi tackles APC.
9 Dec 2017
In the past few months, the number of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean has shrunk drastically on the back of new migrant policies in Libya and Italy alike. Instead, many of them find themselves stuck in a living nightmare in Libya, where they are imprisoned, tortured and sold off as slaves.
4 Aug 2017
Citizen scientists are helping researchers to root out modern day slavery in northern India using satellite imagery to locate brick kilns, sites notorious for using millions of slaves.

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