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Hundreds of human trafficking victims are being used as slave labour in businesses across Wales, police suspect.

Hotels, restaurants, takeaways, shops, farms, factories and nail bars are being looked at by officers investigating “corrupt employment agencies” filtering illegally trafficked people into the workplace.

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Osezua Osolase recruited and raped impoverished young Nigerian orphans and forced them to undergo West African rituals in which hair, nails and blood were removed to "cast a spell" over them and ensure their obedience, Canterbury Crown Court was told.

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Wednesday, 19 September 2012 04:09
I would like to respond to the points raised by Dr Graham Ellison (Write Back, September 11) regarding Lord Morrow's Private Members Bill, Human Trafficking and Exploitation.
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According to the WHO's 2012 report, over 10,000 cases of the illegal sale of transplant organs is registered all over the world every year, and that figure is constantly rising. About 75% of all transplant surgeries are kidney surgeries, the demand for which is the highest on the black market, since it is the only organ that can be transplanted from a live donor.

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A couple from Enfield have been arrested by police investigating the disappearance of two teenage girls who were in the care of social services.

They are suspected of being involved in human trafficking.

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Over the last four years, at least 400 African children have been abducted and trafficked to the UK and rescued by the British authorities, according to figures obtained by the BBC.
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It is the first prosecution in Europe involving a Nigerian organised criminal network using Juju to control its victims

A man who trafficked two young Nigerian girls into and out of the UK for sexual exploitation through witchcraft has been jailed for 20 years.

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VICTIMS of human sex trafficking have told how they were enslaved by witchcraft, torture and death threats in modern-day Scotland.

The harrowing stories of ten women were compiled by campaigners investigating the world’s fastest growing organised crime.

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AMSTERDAM, June 11 (Xinhua) -- Lodewijk Asscher, deputy mayor of Amsterdam, seems determined to further advance the ongoing renovation project aimed at discouraging crimes and upgrading tourism in the city's well-known red light district.

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A NEW law to finally make prostitution illegal in Scotland is to be put before the Scottish parliament this week in a bid to clamp down on the trade and disrupt sex trafficking.

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