Fanny Cordero, PANI’s spokeswomen, said that the teenagers were between the ages of 14 and 17. On the evening of March 15, the police arrived at a bar located in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí, 80 km to the north of the capital, near the Nicaraguan border. When the police arrived, one of the minors was being forced to enter a room with a customer. One of the girls, age 15, said that she was taken from Nicaragua, with a promise of a nanny job, for which she would be paid $20 per hour. However, she was forced into prostitution by both women, also from Nicaragua. “Every year, PANI assists an average of 35 children that are victims of human trafficking,” Cordero said to the daily La Nación. By Dialogo March 19, 2013 Four Nicaraguan minors, who were forced into prostitution by two women that are currently under arrest, were rescued by Costa Rican authorities at a bar located in the country’s north, “Patronato de la Infancia” or PANI (a private entity benefitting children) told the press on March 17. Costa Rica has enforced a law to counter human trafficking since February 2013, which sets eight to 16-year sentences to those promoting human trafficking activities involving minors in exchange for any sort of payment.
One of the ways to achieve such a goal, Nadiem said, was to create innovations in the language sector by adapting other languages and cultures to serve as a bridge between the Indonesian language and people worldwide.Read also: Listen up, students: Nadiem wants to do away with national examHowever, Nadiem also said it might be difficult to realize his dream. “I’m not sure if we can achieve this goal but we have to dream big,” Nadiem said. He also stated that innovation was important because it could strengthen Indonesia’s position among other countries, including in Southeast Asia. “So please wait for it,” Nadiem stated. (dpk) Education and Culture Minister Nadiem Makarim said he dreamed of making Indonesian a commonly used language in Southeast Asia.During a meeting with House Commission X overseeing education, Nadiem said realizing the dream would be a mission of the Language Development and Guidance Agency. “The Language Development and Guidance Agency could turn the Indonesian language into a common language of Southeast Asia,” Nadiem said on Thursday as quoted by tempo.co. Topics :
A woman who has been dead for six months got a notice from the health department stating that she had tested positive for COVID-19.According to reports, Sandra Whittington died of COPD on February 16, weeks before the virus was detected near her home in Shelby County, Tennessee. Her son says the family recently received a notice saying Whittington had tested positive and that she should isolate herself from others.“I’m just having a hard time understanding how they can say someone has COVID-19 when they are not even alive,” Troy Whittington, Sandra’s son, told WATN.Whittingham says the health department claims his mother had taken a COVID-19 test on June 20, about five months after she had passed away and been cremated.The health department issued an apology to the family for the mistake.