Cindy McCain apology shows challenge for mixed-race families

Credit to Author: Dennis Maliwanag| Date: Sat, 09 Feb 2019 00:44:26 +0000

Cindy McCain apology shows challenge for mixed-race families

Cindy McCain has apologized after she claimed she stopped a case of human trafficking at the Phoenix airport when she reported a toddler with a woman of a different ethnicity and “something didn’t click.” Police said they investigated but there was no evidence of a crime.

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6 South Korea-bound human trafficking victims stopped from leaving PH

SIX suspected South Korea-bound human trafficking victims were stopped from leaving the country over “fake” travel papers, the Bureau of Immigration said on Thursday. In a statement, Immigration Commissioner Jaime…READ

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De Lima calls for strict implementation of human trafficking laws

Senator Leila de Lima on Wednesday urged the government to strictly implement laws against human trafficking after data showed a significant increase of cases in the country.

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German held before he could exit PH with 4 Pinays

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has arrested a German national who tried to take four Filipino women out of the country with him, allegedly so they could work as caregivers in Germany even without permits.

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WATCH: Operatives bust MPD cops for extortion

Counter-intelligence operatives collared early Thursday members of Manila Police District (MPD) District Special Operations Unit (DSOU) for extorting money from supposed human traffickers they had arrested.

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