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Three "traumatised women" kept as slaves have been freed after spending three decades imprisoned against their will in a city home, police said.

A 30-year-old British woman, a 57-year-old Irish woman and a 69-year-old Malaysian woman are believed to have walked to their freedom from a property in south London after media coverage on forced marriages gave them the courage to contact a support charity.

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Shane Phelan – 17 November 2013

NAKED, bruised and in severe pain inside, Anna curled up into the foetal position as the cold water from the shower rained down on her head.

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15 November 2013

A CHINESE man facing drug charges after he was arrested in a cannabis growhouse in Dublin wants the High Court to free him pending trial because he says he is a victim of human trafficking.

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Most human trafficking victims are African

Monday, 11 November 2013 02:00

Most human trafficking victims are African

Monday, November 11, 2013

The greatest number of people believed to have been trafficked into Ireland for the sex trade or as unpaid workers originate from West Africa, figures show.

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A pilot project is offering training to Irish airline crews, airport ground staff, port staff and other transport workers to spot victims of trafficking.
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Galway Bay fm newsroom - A Romanian man, who allegedly managed a sex trafficking business from his home in Galway has gone on trial in Sweden.

31 year old Ilie Ionut and his female co-accused 28 year old Ancuta Schwarz were arrested following major international investigation.

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Ilie Ionut and Ancuta Schwarz is on trial in Sweden

31 October 2013

TWO Romanians suspected of being involved in an international criminal network which trafficked women into Ireland have gone on trial in Sweden.

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Gordon Deegan – 28 October 2013 02:30 PM

THE rate of human trafficking of children into the country has dramatically slowed down this year.

That is according to preliminary figures provided by the Minister for Justice Alan Shatter, showing that Gardai are investigating a total of four cases of human trafficking of children in the nine months to the end of September.

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The lead police officer on human trafficking in Sweden has defended criminalising men who buy sex from women in prostitution — a proposal currently being debated by MLAs.

DUP MLA Lord Morrow’s bill, intended to tackle sex trafficking, is modelled on a Swedish law introduced in 1999 and is currently being backed by the DUP and Women’s Aid.

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Human trafficking cases ‘tip of iceberg’

Monday, October 28, 2013

Gardaí have investigated over 200 cases of human trafficking in the past four years, but the numbers are actually far higher according to campaigners.

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