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A handful of organizations and journalists have exposed the widespread use of child labor and slavery, on cocoa farms in Western Africa, causing the industry to become increasingly secretive, making it difficult for reporters to not only access farms where human rights violations still occur, but to then disseminate this information to the public. In 2004, a journalist was allegedly kidnapped and killed reporting on government corruption in its profitable cocoa industry. In 2010, 3 newspaper jou
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As many as 200,000 children are working in Côte d'Ivoire, the world's biggest producer of cocoa, many may be trafficked slaves. Never mind, have a break, have a kit-kat..
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