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Stop Trafficking during RIMPAC

Major international events attract criminals who use children in slavery and human trafficking

By Sandra A. Simms

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 16, 2014

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<p>RIMPAC 2014 is in full swing as 22 nations and over 25,000 participants engage in maritime security activities throughout our state. It is good that so many nations are involved in a cooperative effort to promote international safety and security in our region.</p>
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