Mercoledì, 17 Ottobre 2018

Human traffickers, pimps busted in Italy


Genoa, December 7 - Police in Italy on Friday said
they had busted a human-trafficking ring that had brought at
least 10,000 people illegally to Italy and forced most of them
into prostitution over the past three years.
Police arrested 22 suspects and cited 54 others for
allegedly conning people, mostly women from Libya, Nigeria and
Niger, into entering the country illegally with the promise of a
job in Italy, France or Germany.
The immigrants entered through the Sicilian island of
Lampedusa before being moved to various European locations.
The bust took place across Italy, as far north as Turin and
as far south as Salerno.

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