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- Blessing Johnson, trafficking victim "I slept on a mattress on the floor of the brothel and was allowed out only to prostitute myself," said Blessing Johnson, 26, who asked that her real name not be used for fear of reprisals against her family back home by the Nigerian mafia.
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Lying on his back in the hot sun - his belt-fed machine gun resting on his raised foot and trained on a fighter that has been repeatedly bombing his comrades - this rebel soldier epitomises the determination and desperation of the fight against Moammar Gaddafi in Libya.
Threat: Libya's army have been fighting rebels for control of Ras Lanuf, with one rebel official saying Moammar Gaddafi could attack oilfields like a 'wounded wolf' if the West did not stop him with air strikes Yesterday, rebel commanders had been seen seated in the Ras Lanuf hotel lobby with a big sheet of paper on which red arrows were pointing in various directions, planning a military operation of some kind.
The women are then often taken to a witch doctor, who performs a voodoo ceremony in which the women vow to repay the sum - and are told that if they fail to do so, they will die or become insane.
The use of systematic violence throughout the women's journey is aimed at preparing them for intensive exploitation once in Europe.A study conducted by the Italian NGO Be Free, which supports victims of trafficking and gender-based violence, found that in 2011 there were 30,000 Nigerian women who had been forced into prostitution.
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