Nine-year-old Yazidi sex slave raped by 10 Isis militants is now pregnant – and could die delivering the baby

Members of the minority Yazidi sect who were newly released hug each other on the outskirts of Kirkuk April 8, 2015

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Mom helped pimp out special-needs daughter for sex

Cheryl Tchida left the teen, who has dwarfism and an IQ of 45 and is now pregnant, at different locations over a 6-week period. She was sentenced to 6 months in a workhouse for her deed.

Cheryl Ann Tchida “dropped” off her special-needs daughter, 19, with men at a hotel, who repeatedly raped her.

Cheryl Ann Tchida “dropped” off her special-needs daughter, 19, with men at a hotel, who repeatedly raped her.


A sick Minnesota mom who pimped out her special-needs daughter for sex has been sentenced to six months in a county workhouse.

Cheryl Tchida, 51, dumped her 19-year-old daughter — who has dwarfism, the mental age of a 5-year-old and an IQ of just 45 — at various locations over a six week period.

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Nigeria ‘baby factory’ raided in Imo state

Seventeen pregnant teenage girls and 11 babies have been rescued from a house in Nigeria’s south-eastern Imo state, police have said.



They say they are looking for a woman suspected of planning to sell the babies.

“The girls claimed they were fed once a day and were not allowed to leave the home,” said spokeswoman Joy Elomoko.

It is not uncommon for such “baby factories” to be found in south-eastern Nigeria.

The rescued girls said they had all been made pregnant by a 23-year-old man, who has been arrested, reports the AFP news agency.

The European Union says Nigeria, along with China, is one of the biggest sources of people trafficked into Europe, where they are often forced into prostitution.

In 2011, the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (Naptip), said their investigations showed that babies are sold for up to $6,400 (£4,200) each.

Poor, unmarried women face tough choices if they get pregnant in Nigeria, often facing exclusion from society, correspondents say.

Naptip says desperate teenagers with unplanned pregnancies are sometimes lured to clinics and then forced to turn over their babies.

The babies can be sold for illegal adoption, used for child labour or prostitution or sometimes killed with their body parts used for ritual purposes.


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