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US Lists More Nations as Worst for Modern-Day Slavery

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&raquo Download Audio(mp3) By Jill Moss 2007-6-17 This is the VOA Special English Development Report.

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by jill moss
2007-6-17

this is the voa special english development report.

the united states has accused several of its arab allies of being among the worst offenders of human trafficking. the state department last week released its "trafficking in persons report" for two thousand seven. the report rates efforts by one hundred sixty-four countries and territories to end modern-day slavery.

state department senior adviser mark lagon presents the 2007 report on human trafficking

it lists bahrain, kuwait, oman and qatar among sixteen countries with the worst records, up from twelve last year. it also names algeria, equatorial guinea and malaysia. and listed again this year are saudi arabia, iran, syria, sudan, uzbekistan, burma, north korea, cuba and venezuela.

zimbabwe, belize and laos were listed among the worst offenders in last year's report but are now in the second tier group. countries in the second tier do not fully meet the requirements but are working to improve.

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