• Kyodo


Delegates from 138 countries began a four-day international conference here Monday to assess their past achievements and renew their pledge to fight the sexual exploitation of children.

The Second World Congress against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children has drawn about 3,300 participants from governments, nongovernmental organizations, international organizations and the private sector to the Hotel Pacifico in Nishi Ward, where they are discussing measures to eliminate child prostitution and pornography.

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