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French lawmakers are looking to outlaw sex for money and impose fines of up to 3,500 euros on prostitutes' clients.
Federal authorities conducted a sweep through more than 100 US cities and recovered 168 children from child sex trafficking, the FBI said.
Peter Baruch, the British national detained in Kazakhstan's Uralsk on charges of corrupting minors, will face the court on June 10th.
Uralsk prosecutors have received a letter from the parents of Peter Baruch, the British oilman charged with corrupting minors in Kazakhstan.
A man tried to sell a Kyrgyz girl in Almaty for one thousand dollars.
British national Peter Baruch arrested in Uralsk for corruption of minors worked as a top-manager at the Kashagan oilfield.
Seven more families from Atyrau have filed complaints against Peter Baruch, accused of corrupting minors in Atyrau and Uralsk.
The Criminal Appeals Board of Western Kazakhstan Oblast has dismissed a motion of Peter Baruch’s lawyer.
British national Peter Baruch, 38, charged with production of child pornography was detained for three days after the Prosecutors lodged an appeal.
The Criminal Board of Appeals of the West Kazakhstan Regional Court has satisfied the prosecutor’s protests and recognized the actions of the police as lawful.
Over a thousand people have singed an online petition demanding arrest of the British citizen accused of the corrupting children in Uralsk.
Nicaraguan sex workers have for the first time set up an office to assist in protection from abuse, violence and discrimination.
Sex workers are more likely to call in to a hotline for victims of human trafficking on a Wednesday, and a Google-backed initiative announced Tuesday could help to explain why.
The city of Amsterdam said Tuesday it will raise the legal age of prostitutes from 18 to 21 and announced plans to close brothels during the early morning hours in a bid to protect sex workers.
The London Olympics are not big business for everyone -- sex workers say they are being cleared from the streets around the stadium to make the area more presentable for the Games.
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