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Israeli Social Affairs Minister Backs Bill To Criminalize Prostitutes’ Clients

Social Affairs Minister Haim Katz sakid over the weekend he will support legislation to criminalize prostitutes’ clients, following the backing of ministry officials. Read more

New Secret Service Scandal Exposed

Further incidents of Secret Service agents soliciting hookers have been revealed four years after the Colombian prostitution scandal including a report of a male agent who had his gun stolen by a male prostitute he solicited using his government computer in Puerto Rico. Read more

The $800,000 A Year Hooker Who ‘Was Hired By Goldman Sachs Banker To Sleep With A Middle Eastern Client’

The prostitute who was allegedly hired by a Goldman Sachs banker to sleep with a Middle Eastern client has been identified as a 25-year-old Russian who earns £500,000 a year. Read more

Goldman Sachs Hired Prostitutes To Win Libyan Business

Goldman Sachs bankers paid for prostitutes, private jets and five-star hotels and held business meetings on yachts to win business from a Libyan investment fund set up under Gaddafi regime, the high court in London was told yesterday. Read more

DEA Rewards Agents Who Participated In Sex Parties With Prostitutes

WASHINGTON — Several Drug Enforcement Administration agents received thousands of dollars in agency bonuses and other work performance awards either while they were subjects of a sexual misconduct inquiry, or shortly after, in violation of agency policy, a Justice Department internal inquiry concluded. Read more

Only 1/3 of Underage Israeli Prostitutes Receive Welfare Assistance

At least 970 girls under the age of 18 are involved in prostitution in Israel, according to reports by social workers in 2014, but only about 300 are receiving assistance from local social welfare services. Read more

DEA Agents Had ‘Sex Parties’ With Prostitutes

Agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration reportedly had “sex parties” with prostitutes hired by drug cartels in Colombia, according to a new inspector general report released by the Justice Department on Thursday. Read more