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Ashton Kutcher urged lawmakers to act in support of bringing child sexual exploitation to an end

Bollywood Life Friday, 17 February 2017
Actor and human rights campaigner Ashton Kutcher has given emotional testimony in front of the US Senate, urging lawmakers to act in support of efforts to bring child sexual exploitation to an end.
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News video: Ashton Kutcher Fights To End Child Trafficking

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On Wednesday morning, Ashton Kutcher testified at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on how to put an end to modern slavery, where he gave a passionate speech on child trafficking.

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