The number of people in the Netherlands found guilty of human trafficking went down 25% last year, the NRC said on Monday.
In 2015, 139 people were jailed for human trafficking offences, around the same as in 2014. But last year, the total number of successful prosecutions fell to 103, the paper said, quoting figures from the Dutch law society.
Kate Major called the cops on Michael Lohan on Friday night, but it turned out that after police arrived, she was the one who was taken away -- sent by police to a hospital for a psych examination.
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Kareena Kapoor Khan is happily enjoying her motherhood phase and pictures of her son Taimur Ali Khan never fail to break the internet. Like c’mon isn’t he the cutest of them all? Keeping things steady on the work front, Bebo is all geared up for her next Veere Di Wedding.
We all saw how she totally nailed her pregnancy and
Kajol has been a timeless beauty and the actress even completed her 25 years in the film industry giving us some great films. The actress recently made her comeback in the Tamil film VIP 2 opposite Dhanush, directed by Soundarya Rajnikanth.
The superstar has even shared that she is not too ambitious about her career and started her film
There’s no denying the grandeur of Baahubali 2 at the box office and Alia Bhatt couldn’t agree more. The sunshine of B-town has always got a few nice words to add about literally anything and here she praises Baahubali 2 in the most genuine way possible, “After Baahubali 2, everybody just wants to keep quiet and do
Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery. However, it is necessary to know where to draw the line between flattery and flagrant copyright infringement, especially among small movie studios that “imitate” successful blockbusters by “borrowing” their story lines, characters, and footage. In most cases, a small studio gives its film a ti
An anti-climactic conclusion to the 15th Solheim Cup appeared inevitable even before a Sunday shot was struck. The US, after all, would have needed to produce one of the greatest sporting capitulations of all time if failing to