Wars without End: Drug Trafficking and Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century

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Rediscovering the War on Drugs

A recent military operation staged in Peru last month was a timely reminder of the connections that can be drawn between terrorism, new war paradigms and the persistence of the illicit global drugs trade.

The incident in question saw the rescue of thirteen adults and twenty-six children who had been held captive for more than two decades by the Shining Path Maoist rebel group in the remote Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro River Valley (VRAEM). Shining Path was responsible for agitating internal conflict in Peru for much of the 1980s, with estimates of the number of civilians killed as a result of the overall violence ranging between 11,000 – 70,000.

The Shining Path movement declined rapidly in the nineties in large part due to the capture of the group’s leader, Abimael Guzmán, but authorities have since struggled to eradicate the group completely. As of today, Shining…

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Thoughts Stolen The True Story of a Sex Trafficking Survivor

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There is a serious problem being experienced around the world today and that is human trafficking. Every year, millions of people from various countries became part of this illegal trade. Most of the victims of human trafficking are being exploited sexually while some of them are being forced to do labor usually in horrible conditions. Sadly, most…

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Iowa duo sentenced for sex trafficking in Virginia | WRIC

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Iowa duo sentenced for sex trafficking in Virginia | WRIC.

With the help of an observant trucker and victim was found and these animals were put away.  Be vigilant and you may be the answer to someones prayers.

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1000 Policing Professionals: The Crisis in Policing threatens Britain’s Recovery

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Just 100 Business Leaders signing a similar letter about economic policy attracted headlines across the media.  In just six days over ten times that many serving and former police officers, Special Constables, PCSOs and members of police staff signified their support for the following letter:

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF BRITAIN:We are professional police officers, police staff and former police officers.  We understand the reality of policing in the UK.  We believe this Conservative-led, Lib-Dem supported government has caused immense damage to police forces and to the service we are able to provide to you, the public we serve.

To read the full text click the link::1000 Policing Professionals: The Crisis in Policing threatens Britain’s Recovery.

The Tories are complacent on crime, neglecting neighbourhood policing and letting victims down. Violent crime is rising, but…

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Thailand’s Government Sends Aircraft Carrier to Be Mobile Migrant Processing Station, Temporary Shelter — Bangladeshi PM Says Migrants Should Be Punished

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BANGKOK (AFP) – Thailand has deployed a helicopter carrier in its waters to serve as a temporary medical and processing centre for migrants found adrift, its prime minister said on Monday.

The Thai carrier will act as a “floating base with medics and police” on board, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha told reporters. “If any boats (with migrants) are found, the navy will lead it to this large navy vessel for assistance,” he said, adding Thailand will then “facilitate” their passage to “temporary shelters in Malaysia and Indonesia”.

“If anyone is injured or sick, they can be treated at hospitals in Thailand but will face illegal entry charges – it is up to them to decide.”

A navy official told AFP the vessel was a helicopter carrier.

A aircraft carrier with an upturned bow underway in calm seas. The number "911" is painted on the side, and an AV-8S aircraft and S-70 helicopter are sitting on the flight deck.

HTMS Chakri Naruebet

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Malaysian national police chief Khalid Abu Bakar speaks during a press conference a day after the government announced the discovery of camps and graves, the first such sites found in Malaysia since a regional human-trafficking crisis erupted earlier this month, near Malaysia-Thailand borders in Wang Kelian on May 25, 2015.

Malasian National police chief Khalid Abu Bakar

(CNN) Malaysian authorities have uncovered 139 graves of…

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Thailand to hand over human trafficking kingpin to Malaysia

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Malaysia’s Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says at least one of the suspected human trafficking kingpins arrested in Thailand will be handed over to Malaysian authorities.

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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said on Monday (Jun 15) Thailand had arrested several suspected human trafficking kingpins, at least one of whom will be handed over to Malaysian authorities.

“We are thankful to Thailand for not just giving cooperation but also for arresting a few of our suspects, including Yassin,” Mr Zahid told media in Kuala Lumpur.

Authorities believe “Yassin” is a Rohingya from Myanmar and is suspected to be the main man behind abandoned human trafficking camps discovered by Malaysian authorities in the northern state of Perlis in May.

Police have exhumed 139 graves, retrieving 106 bodies from 28 transit camps found in Wang Kelian, near the Malaysia-Thai border. “Yassin is in Thailand and he will…

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