After Fleeing North Korea, Women Get Trapped as Cybersex Slaves in China

New York Times

A growing number of North Korean women are smuggled from their country and trafficked into the sex trade in China, and forced to perform sex acts online for clients.

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Zelensky signs law on reformation of prosecution bodies

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Leaders, at U.N. Climate Talks, Get Their Chance to Answer Youth Protests

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Dozens of presidents, prime ministers and corporate executives will try to show that they are stepping up action to reduce planet-warming emissions.

Ukrainian president signs law on reform of prosecutor's office

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has signed a law introducing amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine on priority measures for the reform of prosecuting agencies, according to the website of the Verkhovna Rada.