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23 June 2019
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作者: Associated Press, South China Morning Post

"Indonesian police arrest three suspects after deadly fire in illegal factory kills 30 people, including children", 23 June 2019 Police in Indonesia have arrested the owner and two managers of an unregulated factory in North Sumatra that was engul...

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31 August 2005
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作者: Newindpress [India]

All efforts are being made to eliminate child labour from Alangayam, Anaicut, Arakkonam, Kaveripakkam, Wallajah and Nemili unions in the district, according to Collector S Gopalakrishnan. Speaking to journalists here, on Tuesday, he said the district...

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1 February 2005
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1 February 2005
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2 January 2005
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作者: Amanur Aman, Daily Star [Bangladesh]

According to a survey...at least 5,000 children were working in eight big tobacco factories in Kushtia in 2001...Now [after initial implementation of an ILO project] 3000 children are still working at eight tobacco factories...People of all classes.....

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25 November 2004
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作者: A.N.M. Nurul Haque, New Nation [Bangladesh]

[A recent] survey, conducted by Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, found that...child labour is a harsh reality in Bangladesh... A UNICEF report said that some 40 industries in the country have been using child labour, where their jobs are highly...

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28 October 2004
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28 October 2004
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作者: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

[refers to Rio Tinto, De Beers]

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17 February 2004
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作者: Times of India

A $40-million Indo-US venture involving the labour ministries of the two countries and the International Labour Organisation (ILO), aimed at eliminating child labour, was launched here on Monday. The venture, called the "Indus Project", will target 80...

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17 February 2004
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作者: Times of India

A $40-million Indo-US venture involving the labour ministries of the two countries and the International Labour Organisation (ILO), aimed at eliminating child labour, was launched here on Monday. The venture, called the "Indus Project", will target 80...

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