New York Times skriver idag om slaveriet bland barnarbetare i Kina:
A 14-year-old boy was killed in an explosion while filling a tank with napthalene at a chemical factory near Nanjing. A 15-year-old boy was dragged into a cotton gin and crushed to death in Nanchang after working a succession of 20-hour days. And 70 girls from rural Henan Province were brought by their teacher to work at a grape processing plant in Ningbo, where their hands bled from working 16-hour shifts.
Artikeln är framför allt en intressant analys över hur det kinesiska folket reagerar på dessa nyheter. Hela artikeln hittar du här.
PS. Uppdatering: DN.se skriver om utvecklingen.