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H&M factory in India to rehire hundreds of fired garment workers
Garment workers' leader heads up protests against Myanmar coup
Ivory Coast arrests suspected child traffickers in cocoa belt
Germany to fine companies whose suppliers abuse rights
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In South Sudan, a former child soldier fights to rebuild her life
Pandemic woes seen swelling global ranks of child soldiers
Ten facts about child soldiers around the world
Audio calls of migrants trapped in truck prompt U.S. investigation
Several children in Brazil found working for delivery app Rappi
Indian state cracks down on bonded labour
After labour rights protest, Apple supplier reopens India factory
Artists shine a light on child labor in New York streets
Trafficked children testify by video to quicken trials in India
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Cambodian teen bride trafficked to China tells of escape
Clothes retailers cut orders while factories fight to survive
Buyers shun big Malaysian palm oil producers over forced labour
Sex trafficking and the Super Bowl: Separating myth from menace
For India's villagers, non-profit-run buses are a lifeline to jobs
Ecuador's plantation workers pin hopes on historic slavery ruling
U.S. struggling to combat labor trafficking, former tsar warns
'You chop her': Ugandan recalls brutal life as LRA child soldier
Ugandan rebel commander Ongwen convicted of sex crimes
India's Taj Mahal, revered temples join anti-child labour push
US 'deeply disturbed' by reports of systematic rape of Muslims
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