VIDEO: Police bust prostitute ring in Spain which forced young girls to earn €1,000 a day A police spokesman said: “If they didn’t earn 1,000 euros a day, they would be forced to kneel for hours and beaten with sticks and brooms.” Leaders of the ring warned them that their families would be killed if they did not cooperate. 17 of the ... 09/26/2016 - 3:37 am | View Link
WATCH: Cops bust Ibiza prostitute ring forcing girls to earn £900 a day A police spokesman said: “If they didn’t earn 1,000 euros a day, they would be forced to kneel for hours and beaten with sticks and brooms.” Police said 17 women had been kept in one small apartment, with up to four girls forced to share one bed. 09/23/2016 - 8:32 pm | View Link
Pregnant woman beaten and forced into prostitution by gang in Ibiza rescued by police She and dozens of other women, most of which were underage, had been forced to work for a prostitute gang on the Spanish holiday ... Once there however, away from friends and family, they were beaten and forced to work as prostitutes. 09/9/2016 - 3:40 am | View Link
Runaway maid who was forced into prostitution finally rescued by undercover police She was beaten and threatened until she agreed to work as a prostitute. After two weeks in the flat ... handed her over to two men who took her to Abu Dhabi, locked her up and forced her to work in the massage centre for up to 14 hours a day. 11/9/2015 - 8:31 pm | View Link
Police: Video shows alleged pimps beating woman they forced into prostitution On Thursday, WFTV's Karla Ray got a look at surveillance video, which shows the woman being beaten and forced into the car against ... MBI investigators said she was being forced to prostitute against her will by brothers Malik Jordan and Pierre Leakes. 11/12/2014 - 3:55 pm | View Link
prostitute ‘He had, once he had achieved adolescence, moved from prostitute to prostitute, whore to whore, but he had never yet known love.’ ‘Another important point that ... 10/21/2016 - 9:24 pm | View Website
Police Brutality The Police Brutality trope as used in popular culture. When police aren't useless, then they're sadistic bullies. Even though nobody likes being bossed … 10/20/2016 - 12:07 pm | View Website
Police brutality Police brutality is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include: false arrest; intimidation; racial profiling; political repression; surveillance abuse; ... 10/20/2016 - 3:38 am | View Website
Child prostitution The other primary form of prostitution of children is "survival sex". The US Department of Justice states: "Survival sex" occurs when a child engages in sex acts in ... 10/18/2016 - 7:58 am | View Website
Nottingham mother beaten in random attack 'forced to wait ... Mother-of-two who was beaten 'black and blue' in a random attack as she celebrated her niece's birth on a night out 'was forced to wait two DAYS before police ... 09/6/2016 - 5:56 am | View Website
(KIEV, Ukraine) — A Ukrainian man has officially changed his name to iPhone 7 after an electronics store offered the latest Apple product to the first five people who do that.
The 20-year old iPhone Sim (Seven) got the coveted prize Friday. He said he might change it back to his original name, Olexander Turin, when he has children.
The price of phone starts at US$850 in Ukraine, while the name changes costs the equivalent of $2.
Sim’s friends and family were shocked at first but eventually supported the idea.
His sister, Tetyana Panina, said “it was difficult to accept that and hard to believe it’s true.” She added: “Each person in this world is looking for a way to express himself.
(UNITED NATIONS) — The General Assembly voted Russia off the U. N. Human Rights Council on Friday, a stunning rebuke to the country which is increasingly being accused of war crimes over its actions in Syria.
The 193-member General Assembly elected 14 members to 47-nation council, the U. N.’s main body charged with promoting and protecting human rights.
Russia, which received 112 votes, lost its regional seat to Hungary, with 144 votes, and Croatia with 112 votes.
Russia’s mission to the U.
First, indie sci-fi survival sandbox No Man’s Sky was in my view definitely not a mistake, and you can read why I think so here. But second, and of more immediate importance, it seems a troll (or trolls) managed to hack into Hello Games’ backend to launch a bit of Internet drama this morning.
Taking the stage just minutes after news broke that the FBI is is reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server, Donald Trump praised the bureau and said he hoped the news would shake up the presidential race.
“Her criminal and illegal conduct … threatens the security of the United States of America,” Trump said to open his Manchester, New Hampshire, rally Friday afternoon.
Soylent halted sales of its protein bar after numerous customers complained it was making them sick. Now the company thinks something similar is happening with its 1.6 Powder.
On Thursday, Soylent wrote in a blog post that it would no longer sell the powder as it continues to investigate why some customers have fallen ill after eating their products.
There has been much commentary on the voting patterns of UNESCO member countries on several outrageous resolutions on Jerusalem which explicitly or implicitly deny the Jewish connection to Israel and its capital.
It has been noted that the votes reflect the inherent bias of U. N. bodies against Israel. In the General Assembly, for example, there is an automatic majority against Israel regarding any issue surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It has also been noted that the second vote of the executive committee was an improvement over the first in that a number of countries, most notably France, shifted their original no votes to abstentions.