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Marekani yaongeza nchi zaidi katika black list yake

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    PascalFlx Member

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    Utawala wa Barack Obama Jana uliongeza nchi zaidi katika black list yake ukiondoa Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea na Sudan ambazo kwa miaka kadhaa zimeendelea kuorodheshwa kama potential countries kuwekewa vikwazo vya kiuchumi, nchi mpya zinazoingia kwa mara ya kwanza (ambazo hazikuwepo katika orodha ya mwaka jana) ni pamoja na Algeria, Jamuhuhi ya Afrika ya Kati, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, Micronesia, Turkmenistan, Venezuela pamoja na Yemen.

    kwa habari zaidi soma hapo chini

    US expands human trafficking blacklist to 23

    The Obama administration on Monday nearly doubled the number of countries that may face U.S. sanctions for not doing enough to combat human trafficking, calling on those and other nations to get serious and take tough steps to eradicate the lucrative illicit practice.
    In its annual Trafficking in Persons report, the State Department identified 23 nations as failing to meet minimum international standards to curb the scourge, which claims mainly women and children as victims. That's up from 13 in 2010. Another 41 countries were placed on a "watch list" that could lead to sanctions unless their records improve.

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    The report analyzed conditions in 184 nations, including the United States, and ranked them in terms of their effectiveness in fighting what many have termed modern-day slavery. The State Department estimates that as many as 27 million men, women and children are living in such bondage around the worlds.
    "All countries can and must do more," Secretary of State Hillary RodhamClinton[​IMG] said in presenting the report. "More human beings are being exploited today than ever before."
    Clinton shared an emotional story about a young girl she met in a trafficking survivors' camp in Cambodia. The girl's eye was badly disfigured and Clinton asked her hosts what had happened to her. She was told the young survivor fought against her trafficker and was stabbed in the eye with a large nail.
    "We're at critical moment in this fight," she said. "The problem of modern trafficking may be entrenched, and it may seem like there is no end in sight. But if we act on the laws that have been passed and the commitments that have been made, it is solvable. If we increase the pressure on traffickers and the networks they thrive in, we can set ourselves on a course to one day eradicate modern slavery."

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    Allies on the list

    Among the countries on the blacklist are perennial rogues Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, North Korea and Sudan along with frequent U.S. foes Eritrea, Libya and Zimbabwe. Others are U.S. allies in the Middle East like Kuwait and Saudi Arabia while Papua New Guinea was cited as a repeat offender. Only one country, the Dominican Republic, was removed from the list.

    The 11 new countries on the blacklist are Algeria, the Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, Micronesia, Turkmenistan, Venezuela and Yemen.

    Separately, the report also cited six nations - Chad, the Democratic Republic ofthe Congo, Myanmar, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen - for using child soldiers and not taking steps to end the practice.

    The Associated Press contributed to this report

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    Averos JF-Expert Member

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    Mie nashindwa kuelewa position ya UN hapa duniani, ua UN=USA
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    PascalFlx Member

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    Kweli kabisa kwani baada ya muda si Mrefu UN noa watafuata wataanza kuziangalia hizo nchi ambazo Marekani wamezinyooshea kidole
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    Kumbe! Ulikua hulijuwi hilo?
    Hakuna UN resolution itakayo pita bila USA approval/disapproval!!