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From left, Grant Edwards, Australian Federal Police, and Peter Davies, of the U.K. Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center, elaborate on the details of arrests linked to a global child abuse ring during a press conference in The Hague, Wednesday March 16, 2011. Police say they have arrested 184 suspects in a global investigation into a Dutch-based international pedophile ring involved in abusing dozens of children in more than 30 countries. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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From left, Grant Edwards, Australian Federal Police, and Peter Davies, of the U.K. Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center, elaborate on the details of arrests linked to a global child abuse ring during a press conference in The Hague, Wednesday March 16, 2011. Police say they have arrested 184 suspects in a global investigation into a Dutch-based international pedophile ring involved in abusing dozens of children in more than 30 countries. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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