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Who knew that trying to achieve liberty could mean to give everything and even our identity? Economic is controlling our world because of different aspect but in the western civilization, trafficking women is a huge trade. Israel is one example among many countries that practices it. Each year, they deported 1,500 women who most likely come from Ukraine and Russia. They leave their native country wishing to find better opportunities. It is not easy as it seems, specially when its about to find a shelter far from your own home. Entering a new world is the scariest thing because the unknown is facing you. Sadly for Russian and Ukrainian, the Islamism environment is not a welcoming place. Their papers and any kind of information of their identity disappear right away. They no longer belonged to themselves and became a property that could be sold on the market. Ironically, dancing on tables is the only way to survive. Not doing means to be beaten up or even raped. Their owner have no pity and treat them as objects. Refugees has only one right left: regretting to have left their homeland. Their old life is only a sad souvenir.

It is mind blowing to read an article and to realize how much women in other countries are suffering only to stay alive. They constantly live scared to be beat up to death or to end in horrible conditions ways. We don’t decide where we born, destiny does it for us but as a Canadian citizen, I feel blessed to be where I am; in a safe and reassuring place. My freedom is the reason to my personal development. If only, it could be the same to all humans in this world. To be free. With all this wars to protect human’s right, they are still horrible things going on. Human being doesn’t have a place on the market and yet its most valuable economy.

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In this article written by CNN staff on October 15th 2013, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake shook the country of Japan.  It was approximately 200 miles away from Japan, located in the Pacific Ocean. About three billion dollars of damages have been evaluated.  This is not the first time that Japan has had huge natural disasters hit them, making many casualties as well. In 2011, an earthquake with the magnitude of 9.0 hit the Fukushima prefectures, with about 15,000 deaths. This has had a huge impact on the country’s economy since they always have to rebuild.

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How would you react when you find out you were adopted from China and have no information on who your birth family is? That is the story for four girls in the documentary film Something Between that follows four adopted Chinese girls on their mission to find where they belong culturally in this world.

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The article of BBC news posted on October 3rd, 2013 is abut the unsafely conditions of work of the citizens living in Bangladesh. In fact, many reports had been done about many fires that happened inmany factories. The last occurred in a clothing factory; only nine bodies on 1000 have been found and recognized. Last November, 112 workers were killed in a fire; 2,500 people were injured in another catastrophe in the Ashulia. The principal cause of these terrible situations is the lack of safety machines that is used in these factories, and had been standardized very poor.

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This article is about the different styles of parenting and how their children are affected. How a parent treats their child from the time of birth results in how the child will act and behave through out the rest of their adolescent lifetime. The two parenting types that are focused on in this article are authoritative parenting and permissive parenting. Authoritative parenting involves an aggressive parenting style. The parents are usually controlling and overbearing. They use high control tactics with low levels of love and affections.

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  The prosperity of a country depends of how the development of the country. In Brazil most of the citizens don’t have the chance to because they can’t fully enjoy a great educational system.Accroding to BBC news, over the past 20 years, the number of citizens attending school is increasing but yet it is still not enough to remove its place from the rank of the less educated place in the world.  

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In this article written by BBC news in August 2013, the harsh realities of Russia's new anti-gay laws are brought forward in a Q&A format. The article first describes how hard life as a gay Russian is, considering Russia is ranked as the worst country in Europe for gay people to live in, and that conservative communities of the two biggest faith groups, Orthodox Christians and Muslims, are openly hostile against gays.

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After hearing Jennie Linn McCormack’s story, Ada Calhoun looks into abortions in her article “The Rise of DIY Abortions”. Jennie Linn McCormack is an Idaho woman charged with felony after self-inducing an abortion. McCormack ordered abortion pills offline, and gave birth to a dead fetus that she ended up hiding. Although abortions are legal, they are also expensive and difficult to obtain. Aside from the difficulties, there are proper ways of doing so and when dishonored, the law gets involved.

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