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Over 350 Child Soldiers In Central African Republic Released From Captors

Brokers Tricking Rohingya Children Onto ‘Floating Coffins'

Saudi Arabia Is Hiring 8 New Executioners

Obama: Regardless Of Who They Love, All People Deserve To Live Free Of Discrimination

Watch The Beautiful Moment People With Disabilities Finally Get To Touch The Ocean

'America Never Makes A Claim Of Being Perfect'

Israelis, Many Of Ethiopian Descent, Stage Mass Protest In Tel Aviv Demanding Equality For All

The Average Hipster Employs 27 Slaves Each Day. Here's How To Change That

Meet The Man Who Tracks The Digital Footprints Of Missing Central American Migrants

Stirring Portraits Of The Women's Prisons Of Afghanistan

This Father And Daughter Have Helped Hundreds Of Sex Trade Survivors Find Jobs

Seafood Firm Drops Supplier Linked To Slavery

Activist Who Fought Housing Discrimination Is Now Homeless, And The Internet Is Here To Help

Michael Sam Was 'Pretty Damn Sure' He 'Didn't Like Girls' After His First Time With Another Man

Here's What's Being Done To Get Child Laborers Working 16-Hour Days Off Of U.S. Tobacco Fields

Men Break Down Watching Footage Of Female Genital Mutilation, Vow To Speak Out Against Practice

Here's The Biggest Problem With Obama's New Trade Push

Notoriously Harsh Judge Chosen For Trial Of Washington Post Journalist

Amid Super Bowl Human Trafficking Hype, A Reminder That 70% Of Victims Are Sold Online Year-Round

'New Generation' Of Wars, Epidemics, Disasters Harming 60 Million Children: UNICEF

Senate Republicans Remove 'Civil Rights And Human Rights' From Subcommittee Name

Human Rights Watch Slams Rampant Torture And Abuse In Egyptian Prisons

Human Trafficking Victim Has Emotional Reunion With Family, 24 Years After Abduction

Saudi Blogger Sentenced To 1,000 Lashes To Endure 2nd Round Of Flogging

Woman Who Escaped Her Sex Trafficking Captors Becomes Advocate For Victims

Muslim Groups Give $100,000 To Help Detroiters Without Water, Say It's 'Part Of Our Faith To Help'

Human Trafficking Is Still Globe's Fastest-Growing Crime Despite Increased Awareness