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Teen Leadership Forum - San Diego Jewish Teen Initiative
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The research symposium, poster session, and network-building activities focus on the range and quality of drug abuse research conducted around the world. Participants meet talented colleagues and learn about drug abuse research and policy issues in other countries as well as the NIDA-supported fellowships and other programs that can support international collaborations. Online registration is closed. Posters must be displayed during the entire length of the poster session. All selection decisions have been issued. Clyde B. McCoy, Ph.
PYTEEN CLASS: a Computer Science and Python Programming for Teens
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A teenage girl was rescued and three alleged traffickers were arrested in San Diego last week as part of a national operation to combat the lucrative trade of selling underage victims for sex, the FBI announced Wednesday. In all, 84 minors were recovered — including a newborn baby and a 5-year-old girl — and traffickers were arrested as part of Operation Cross Country XI, which spanned the country during a four-day period last week. The year-old girl in San Diego was recovered on Friday as she tagged along with a man who was driving an adult woman in response to an online ad for escort services, said FBI spokeswoman Davene Butler. Investigators said the teen was being groomed to be trafficked for sex herself. The girl accepted victim services from a local nonprofit to help prevent further trafficking, the FBI said.