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Women Trafficking: Story of My Friend

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Trafficking: Story of My Friend
 
Published in Cape May County Herald.: My friend, who used to work in a brothel, told me her story: “This large city of brothels is terrifying to look at, with its tall buildings. It felt as if everyone who lived inside was satisfied as they quenched their hunger. I don't like even to remember. Due to the necessity to sell my body every evening, there was always within me an unknown fear of terror or fright, creating an empire of its own.

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Women’s Political Participation-Hillary Clinton.

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Women’s Political Participation and Freedom
 By Kamala Sarup
Published in Cape May County Herald.
 
"Women's rights are still human rights," Hillary Clinton, who is widely expected to run for president in 2016, said at the fourth annual Women in the World Summit. "Women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world.

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New global tourism initiative to ‘steer industry onto a truly sustainable path’ – UN

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Tourism is one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the world contributing 9 per cent to global GDP, accounting for one in 11 jobs worldwide and for 6 per cent of global exports, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) reported today as it launched a programme aiming to catalyze a shift to more sustainable tourism.

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An HIV vaccine will never work in isolation

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In the event that control and elimination of HIV is realised in the next few years, maintaining this success is going to be hard without a vaccine. That is how the Director of the US’ National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease Dr Anthony Fauci analysed the situation at the AIDS Vaccine 2012 conference which ended Wednesday (Sept.12) in the American city of Boston. 

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