Turkish police on Wednesday expanded their operation targeting a gang involved in human trafficking to cover six separate provinces. Among those detained was a retired police chief who also worked as the security co-ordinator for the Turkish retailing company Yimpas. Police took almost one hundred people into custody who had obtained visas with false identifications for European Union countries.
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An angel of mercy is a rare type of serial killer who is usually female and employed as a caretaker. The angel of mercy is often in a position of power and decides the victim would be better off if they no longer suffered. This person then uses their knowledge to manufacture the death of her or his victim. As time goes on, this behavior escalates to encapsulate the healthy and the easily…Continue
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Any one of these quotes/links should at least make you question the elite's propaganda that the earth is overpopulated and natural resources are scarce.
YES WE CAN: End The Wars, Feed The World, Cure Diseases, Provide Full Employment, Reduce Pollution and Increase Everyone’s Quality Of Life.…Continue
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Presenter: Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen April 28, 1997 8:45 AM EDT
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"At least 97 percent of the traffic is for the purposes of sexual exploitation," said Altuntas. "One out of three women trafficked to Turkey are mothers who are lured by chances of making a better life for their children," she said.
A Turkish ad campaign designed to help these victims features the face of a young child asking the question, "Have you seen my mother?"
Turkey has also begun a 24-hour hotline for trafficking victims, distributing information…Continue
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The June 28, 2007, German weekly, Die Zeit, published an article on the growing problem of human trafficking in Europe. The article gave several specific examples. One woman, Natalia, from the country of Moldova, wrongly assumed that a household job awaited her in Istanbul that would pay 300 Euros per month. At the…Continue
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The women - one of whom was held for six years - were set to return to Ukraine after being rescued by Turkish police following a call to the "157" hotline, which is run by the IOM, the Geneva-based organization said. Impoverished women from Eastern Europe are lured to Turkey by criminal gangs with promises of well-paid jobs, but many are later forced into prostitution or other jobs in the underground labor market.
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A 13-year-old Turkish girl was married off by her family to her rapist who paid them "the price of a truck" to escape a long jail sentence, newspapers in Istanbul reported today. The girl, from the village of Damlibogaz, in western Turkey, was 10 years old when a family friend, aged 20,…Continue
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This nation has become one of the largest markets in the trafficking of women from nearby former Soviet states who have been forced into prostitution, with profits from the illicit sex trade in Turkey an estimated $3.6 billion last year and growing, an international agency said in a report released Tuesday.
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The amount of narcotics brought into Russia has increased two-fold since the beginning of the anti-terrorism operation in Afghanistan,…Continue
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According to research Polat conducted himself, the frequency of cases of sexual abuse and exploitation is highest in the cities of İstanbul, Diyarbakır and Bursa. Children trafficked from countries such as Ukraine, Moldova and Russia, as well as southeastern Turkey, are forced…Continue
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