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Ansar Burney arrives back home.

KARACHI, August 08, 2010 (Frontier Star): The United Nations elected Expert Advisor on Human Rights and Chairman Ansar Burney Trust International, Ansar Burney, Advocate after attending United Nations session at Geneva, cut short his other European Countries visit and arrived back home on Sunday morning to immediately take part in humanitarian aid and work in the flood effected areas of Pakistan. According to a Press Release, Ansar Burney said that after the session of United Nations at Geneva he was scheduled to visit Germany, Holland, France and Norway to attend conferences and to meet other international human rights NGO's but since he came to know about the devastating situation because of flood in Pakistan and waste Target Killings in Karachi, he canceled his all other visits of European countries and arrived back home. "This is the time my Nation and Country need me more than any session, conference or meeting, so I decided to cancel my visit of Europe at this time and came back to Pakistan." Burney added. International Ambassador for Peace and human Rights, Ansar Burney during his stay in Geneva met heads of International NGO's and foreign delegations discussed with them devastating situation because of flood in Pakistan, international human rights, slavery, human trafficking, Missing Persons and Peace related issues. He also discussed the issue of thousands of missing underage Child Camel Jockeys from Middle Eastern Countries after the ban on the use of underage children as jockeys. The ban in ME countries came into force in 2005 only because of the hectic efforts of Ansar Burney Trust thus this historical and unforgettable efforts of Ansar Burney had changed the history of human rights in Middle Eastern and Arab countries that saved thousands of underage children from 'Modern day Slavery' and after getting them released from slavery and Private Prisons Ansar Burney was able to sent them back to their respective countries for rehabilitation.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Aug 8, 2010
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