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PH, Korea act to prevent sham marriages
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PH, Korea governments act to prevent sham marriages

Teresa, 18, married a 33-year-old Korean man six days after meeting him in the Philippines in 2011. There was no courtship. She met him through online chat arranged by a marriage broker--a fellow Filipina who was married to a Korean. She was ... Yahoo Philippines News, 8 hours ago
PH, Korea act to prevent sham marriages Manila Bulletin, 5 hours ago

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Thames Valley: Thames Valley Property Awards finalists announced #TVPA2014

The distinguished panel of judges debated the strength of each of the nominations and have decided on the following shortlist of finalists. Awards co-chairmen David Murray and Matthew Battle said: We had some strong entries and in a number of ...
 Business Magazine1 week ago

Sonia Not to Submit Passport Copy to US

Congress president Sonia Gandhi has refused to provide copy of her passport, stating that Government of India has denied her permission to do so. She was asked to provide copy of her passport to the US Court as per an order by Judge Cogan on March ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

The World in US Courts: Winter 2014: Orrick's Quarterly Review of Decisions Applying US Law to Global Business and Cross-Border Activities

We provide below alphabetically very brief summaries of key US laws addressed by cases summarized in this edition. Please note that these summaries provide a very simplified overview of the statutes and are not intended to describe fully what they ...
 JD Supra1 week ago
Dissent Magazine

Migrants at Risk: How U.S. Policies Facilitate Human Trafficking

Migrant farm workers in California (USDA/Flickr) Human trafficking is in the news nearly every day. The most recent high-profile case unfolded when a federal grand jury indicted Indian consular officer Devyani Khobragade for presenting false ...
 Dissent Magazine3 weeks ago Nabbing human traffickers  The Express Tribune1 month ago Pakistan could lost financial aid, other privileges as it worst in following human trafficking rules  The News Tribe1 month ago Rise in human trafficking: Pakistan may face aid cuts and more  The Express Tribune1 month ago

PAKISTAN: Legalising prostitution -- the Wisdom of the UN?

! According to a research, modern day trafficking, aka slavery is a $32 billion annual industry and according to the U.N. about 2.5 million people around the world are ensnared in the web of human trafficking at any given time. The usual victims of ...
 Scoop3 weeks ago
News India Times

Case Against Bangladeshi Diplomat Has Shades of Khobragade Affair

The top consular official for Bangladesh in New York has been sued by a nonprofit organization on behalf of a domestic worker who says he was made to work like a slave and paid next to nothing. The nonprofit is the same one that helped Sangeeta ...
 News India Times3 weeks ago

DHS statement for the record for a House Committee on Homeland Security field hearing titled Combating Human Trafficking in our Major Cities

Houston, Texas Introduction The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) welcomes and appreciates the opportunity to submit this testimony for the record. The men and women of DHS are dedicated to combating the heinous crime of human trafficking ...
 Department of Homeland Security1 month ago Written testimony of ICE for a House Committee on Homeland Security field hearing titled Combating Human Trafficking in our Major Cities  Department of Homeland Security1 month ago

What cops need to know about minor sex trade

Before we examine some of the most important points relating to DMST, a little historical background is in order. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act Our nation's response to human trafficking dates to the passage of the Trafficking Victims ...
 Police One1 month ago

US Court to hear Sikh massacre case against Congress on March 19, Jurisdiction major issue

JALANDHAR: A US Court is scheduled to hear human rights violation case against Congress (I) on March 19 pertaining to massacre of Sikhs in Delhi and other cities of the country in November 1984. Federal Judge Robert W. Sweet will hear the arguments ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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