The scourge of trafficking

EPA/BORIS ROESSLER

Two women dance in front of a brothel in the red light district of Frankfurt Main, Germany, 08 September 2016.

The scourge of trafficking


The Spanish police, in cooperation with Europol, last week arrested the members of a trafficking ring that forced young women from Nigeria into prostitution.
The trafficking of human beings destined for prostitution is as old as mankind. During war, famine or any kind of crisis, women and children are stolen or kidnapped and then taken to far off or nearby destinations to be sold as sex slaves.
It’s happened everywhere – on every continent and in every society, regardless of its level of civil...


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