February 13 Issue


Sex Slaves on the Farm

Sex trafficking flourishes where men work in isolation; lately, that’s meant even the dark corners of America’s farms.
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Kobane, Syria - A Kurdish man speaks into a radio as he surveys the eastern part of the border town on January 28. Kurdish forces recaptured the strategic town near the Turkish frontier on January 26, a symbolic blow to the jihadists who have seized swaths of territory in their brutal onslaught across Syria and Iraq. After more than four months of fighting and hundreds of coalition airstrikes that reduced most of the town to rubble, militant group ISIS was pushed back to about five miles outside of town.
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