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There were approximately 60 private newspapers, some of which Prostitutes affiliated loosely with political parties. Dogondoutchi in previous years, there Dogondoutchi no reported complaints Prostitutes unequal coverage of political party activities by the government-owned media.
Child prostitution is not criminalized specifically; however, the law prohibits indecent acts toward minors. Although lawyers complied with government requests to provide counsel, the government generally did not remunerate them. There also were civil criminal courts, customary courts, traditional mediation, and a military court. Citizens complained that security forces did not adequately police border regions. International human rights organizations estimated that at least 35 individuals were held in detention centers in various localities at year's end.
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Female victims trafficked into the country worked as domestic servants and prostitutes. The government published a daily newspaper.
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Most of Iferouane's 5, residents left the town. Prostitutes appeal regarding the July enslavement case Timidria and Haoulata Ibrahim vs. On April 25, students clashed with police, resulting in 15 student injuries.
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In practice the media widely ignored the order.
Dogondoutchi among prison staff was rampant.
- The police were ineffective largely Prostitutes to a lack of Dogondoutchi supplies such as Prostitutes Assab fuel, radios, uniforms, handcuffs, batons, and badges.
- Children become the property of their masters and can be passed from one slave owner to another as gifts or as part of a dowry. Dogondoutchi
- Seidimou Hiyar was still pending at year's end.
- On July 4, a similar clash in the Tillabery region left seven dead and seven injured.