Tag: Slavery

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Witness: “I’m being held as a slave in Lebanon” – #NabatiehSlaves

Ivory Coast-based Koaci.com has learned that 6 women are currently held in slavery conditions in Nabatieh, South Lebanon within a “Mafia-like” network. The following is a rough English translation of the original article in French written 3 days ago. Two Togolese, two Burkinabé and two Ghanaian have been kidnapped for

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What an investigation of Racism in Lebanon revealed

France24 lead an investigation in Lebanon to try and find out whether domestic workers suffer abuse in Lebanon. I’m sure you already know the answer.

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Inside the Karantina Slaughterhouse [Video]

The following post is an eye-witness account of the horrors happening inside the Karantina Slaughterhouse. I have visited the slaughterhouse last Monday the 2nd of July with my Environmental and Public Health Class of the American University of Beirut. This post is accompanied with graphic images and a video which

Beirut death of Nepalese migrant worker Lila – video

by Joey Ayoub Lila Aacharya left Nepal hoping to make a better life for her two young daughters. Two months later her body was flown home. Lila’s case exposes the toll of human trafficking – from her attempt to escape the poverty of her village in the Himalayan foothills to

Further comments on “My Shame”

Further comments on “My Shame” Madagascar. Lebanon. I’ve received quite a few responses concerning my previous post (which you can read here) and I’d first like to thank everyone. According to my stats, about 100 persons have viewed the post and that’s not too bad for a beginning. Instead of

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