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August 4, 1989
More than 20 million children live in bonded slavery in South Asia, half of them in India, the Anti-Slavery Society said. "This system is perpetuated in India and also in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka," society representative Kailish Satyarthi told a U.N. Human Rights Commission working group in Geneva.
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August 4, 1989
More than 20 million children live in bonded slavery in South Asia, half of them in India, the Anti-Slavery Society said. "This system is perpetuated in India and also in Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka," society representative Kailish Satyarthi told a U.N. Human Rights Commission working group in Geneva.
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July 6, 1993 | JOEL HAVEMANN and NORMAN KEMPSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Compared with some of Europe's basket-case economies, Denmark is doing fairly well right now. But that's little consolation to Ole Ladefoged. Ladefoged, who looks younger than his 37 years, was laid off from his job taking care of children in a day-care center two years ago and hasn't been able to find work since. With Denmark's unemployment rate at 12.3% and rising, competition for jobs is growing fiercer and fiercer.
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