International authorities fight online child abuse

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Ricardo Swire

Caribbean internal security professionals are responsible for the protection of approximately forty million residents, among them a vulnerable and defenseless societal group. At the turn of the twenty-first century the sexual abuse of children and associated evils morphed to a globalized market that preys on developing nations. International statistics estimate child predators abused and forced more than nine million children into prostitution.

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The Smuggling Game: Playing with life and death to reach Europe

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Lin Taylor and Valeria Cardi

In the dead of night, as wild animals howled nearby, Syrian migrant Aras Mahmoud clung to his children as they slept on damp grass in the Bulgarian mountains en route to Serbia, praying that his family would live another day.

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Observations of an Expat: Hope of millions vs Fear of Millions

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Tom Arms

The figures are staggering. 65.3 million are currently forcibly displaced from their homes. Half of them are children. That figure from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is the highest since records began and has doubled over the past ten years.

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The European Union – building lethal walls

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Rupen Savoulian

The scandal is not the mass migration of refugees into Europe – the scandal is how the European Union is treating them.

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