Raymond Burk already faces five counts of sex with a minor.
The girls were planning to meet a man they met on Instagram.
Daniel Pellisier is accused of being a john.
The business is the second largest U.S. human trafficking industry, behind escort services.
Silicon Valley's 'Female Problem' was well-known long before the #MeToo movement. But emails obtained by Newsweek reveal another sordid corner of the tech sector's treatment of women.
The government is offering the day-long course free of charge.
The Gulf state made the announcement after issuing conflicting reports on whether it would stop giving visas to North Korean workers.
Some of those found guilty were also convicted of rape, organized transnational crime and forcible detention leading to death.
The U.S. criticized Russia for not helping to fund a women's shelter in Kitezh, but according to legend, the city has been underwater for centuries.
The Vikings gang, which only accepts degree-educated Nigerians, has teamed up with Sicilian mobsters to sell sex in Italy.
International Organization for Migration data shows the dangers of the treacherous route.
The charity's report reveals the trauma children have suffered getting to Europe.
It is unknown how many were trafficked for labor purposes, nor how many for sexual exploitation.
The Libya to Italy route is long and dangerous, but it may soon be the only option.
A prime example: The case of Sage and Isaac Cook, two brothers whom law enforcement recently found in Mexico.
Germany said it would take part, along with Greece and Turkey, and the U.S. supports the plan.
The National Human Trafficking Resource Center says 979 human trafficking cases were reported in California in 2015.
At least 340 children disappeared in the U.K. between January and September of this year.
The EU ships get new powers to board, search, seize and divert vessels in the Mediterranean.
Half a million Cambodians work abroad; many end up as slaves.
Rights groups question better grades for countries with which the U.S. seeks closer ties