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2006

--12/19/06  Salute to the Abolitionists Ending Modern-Day Slavery; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--12/15/06  A Statement on Human Trafficking-Related Language; Ambassador John R. Miller, Director, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking In Persons; Washington, DC
--06/05/06  2006 Trafficking in Persons Report; Ambassador John Miller, Ambassador at Large on International Slavery; Washington, DC
--06/05/06  On-The-Record Briefing by Ambassador John R. Miller, Ambassador-at-Large on International Slavery, on Release of the Sixth Annual Trafficking in Persons Report
--06/05/06  Release of the Sixth Annual Trafficking in Persons Report; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--06/01/06  U.S. Focusing on Preventing Human Trafficking, Protecting Victims; Ellen Sauerbrey,  Assistant Secretary for Population, Refugees, and Migration; Press Roundtable at the U.S. Mission to the European Union; Brussels, Belgium
--03/06/06  Combating Human Trafficking in China: Domestic and International Efforts; John R. Miller, Senior Advisor on Trafficking in Persons; Testimony before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China; Washington, DC
--02/23/06  Sexual Exploitation and Abuse at the Hands of UN Peacekeepers: Translating Outrage into Action; Ambassador John R. Bolton, U.S. Representative to the United Nations; Statement in the Security Council; New York, NY
--02/15/06  Human Trafficking and Transnational Organized Crime; John R. Miller, Senior Advisor on Trafficking in Persons; Remarks to Organization of American States Special Committee on Transnational Organized Crime; Washington, DC

  
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