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'Girls as dessert': Thai sex scandal exposes grim tradition

Bangkok (AFP) - When senior bureaucrats visited the remote Thai province where local official Boonyarit worked, the routine was often the same: welcome them with the finest food and drink and then bring out the teen girls, often referred to as "dessert".


Idyllic Thai province hides a dirty secret

MAE HONG SON: Faint tunes drift out from an empty pub as darkness fills the misty valley of downtown Mae Hong Son.


Alleged pimps back in court

PETALING JAYA: A medical gra­duate and a hotel worker have been accused of pimping college and underage girls.


International prostitution ring busted

PUTRAJAYA: Immigration officers stormed a high-security serviced apartment in George Town and busted a newly set-up international prostitution ring.


Immigration cripples international prostitution syndicate

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department has crippled an international prostitution syndicate that conducted vice activities using the WeChat messaging application.


Fazura filmed with rumoured boyfriend in New York

ACTRESS Fazura was seen walking with her rumoured boyfriend, Randy Siedman in Times Square, New York, when they were unintentionally filmed in a YouTube video uploaded by user Hizzy, Utusan Malaysia reported.


Indigenous and tribal women at risk of sexual exploitation

NEW DELHI: From indigenous Canadians to tribal women in India, most victims of sexual exploitation are women and girls from the world’s most marginalised communities, activists said, calling for an end to prostitution and the global sex trade.


Nearly 40 traffickers jailed in southern India in rare success for prosecutors

CHENNAI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An Indian court has sentenced 39 people to 10 years in prison each for buying and selling girls in Karnataka state, signalling a rare victory for prosecutors in a country where fewer than two in five trafficking cases ends in a conviction.


US Supreme Court will not examine tech industry legal shield

The US Supreme Court on Monday let stand a lower court's decision that an online advertising site accused by three young women of facilitating child sex trafficking was protected by a federal law.