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Workers including Roland van Hauwermeiren, the country director in Haiti for Britain-based Oxfam until , were allowed to resign without any discipline after their sex parties were discovered, the Times of London reported Friday. The native Belgian admitted to hiring prostitutes and having the parties at the villa he rented with Oxfam money, and the Times reported that some of them may have been underage. Police in the Haitian capital counted their losses and gathered their forces today, preparing for a surge in crime they are certain will follow the devastating January 12 earthquake.
Haitian gangs have been active for years in Port-au-Prince. The LP street gang is one of many gangs fighting for control in the slums and and helping locals from the same neighborhood by providing protection against other gangs, but also against the government. A local prostitute is getting ready to work before clients arrive usually during the late afternoon.
This local whore house is controlled by the LP Street gang who takes a cut from their profit. The Red-light district area in Frankfurt is known as Bahnhofsviertel, opposite the main railway station Hauptbahnhof.
It is one of the largest Red-light districts in the whole world, with several Eros Centers, strip clubs, sex shops. German police are constantly fighting a boom in sex trafficking 'umainly from the Balkans region-, driven by pimps and traffickers who recruit increasingly young women.
Prostitution has been legal in the Netherlands since when ban on brothels was lifted and replaced by a licensing system. New legislation for prostitution is currently being addressed by the Upper House of the Dutch Parliament. It requires prostitutes to join a national register and raises the minimum working age from 18 to 21 years old. The new law would also mean that those visiting prostitutes working illegally would be criminally liable and owners of buildings where prostitution takes place could be held accountable for repeat violations.