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Multiple women rescued from human trafficking scheme after paying to cross southern border into US; 2 arrested
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Multiple women rescued from human trafficking scheme after paying to cross southern border into US; 2 arrested

856 migrants have died at US southern border in 2022, breaking record: CBP Two people were arrested in Tampa, Florida, in connection with a human trafficking case that began in Cuba, according to authorities. Amet Ramon Maqueira de la Cal and Rosalia Leonard Garcia were arrested on multiple charges, including human trafficking and false imprisonment….

The Nigerian migrants stirring to be deported from Agadez – Nigeria Abroad
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The Nigerian migrants stirring to be deported from Agadez – Nigeria Abroad

For several weeks, the repatriation of migrants expelled from Algeria to Niger has been very slow, and the transit camps in the region are overwhelmed, reports Infomigrants. he Malians left. The Guineans followed them. Other migrants from half a dozen other African countries, all expelled from Algeria, have also returned home thanks to the voluntary…

Cambodia deports 263 more illegal foreigners – Khmer Times
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Cambodia deports 263 more illegal foreigners – Khmer Times

As the pressure of the anti human trafficking crackdown in Cambodia continues, The Kingdom today announced that a further 263 foreigners have been deported after being arrested for crossing the border and staying illegally The news came from the General Department of Immigration this morning The GDI says that on October 20-22, 2022, the General…

For labor trafficked immigrants, T-visas are a life-saving but flawed relief – WGBH
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For labor trafficked immigrants, T-visas are a life-saving but flawed relief – WGBH

In 2018, the police came to a home in Saugus, Massachusetts, to rescue Anabelle Masalon, a Filipina housekeeper who had been essentially a prisoner of the family from the United Arab Emirates that employed her. She had been forced to work 21-hour days, earning no more than $400 a month, unable to leave the house…

LIVE: Multiple women rescued in Hillsborough human trafficking sting, officials say
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LIVE: Multiple women rescued in Hillsborough human trafficking sting, officials say

TAMPA, Fla. – Eight women from Cuba are now safe after detectives with the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office’s human trafficking task force received a tip about one victim who was smuggled into the U.S. through Mexico’s border, and threatened into sex work to pay off her “travel debt,” officials said.  They quickly learned that she wasn’t alone. In…

The many sinister forms of modern slavery and the police team tasked with tackling them
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The many sinister forms of modern slavery and the police team tasked with tackling them

A team of officers at Humberside Police this week launched a clampdown on pop-up brothels across the region but sexual exploitation is just one part of their work tackling the harrowing world of modern slavery. Just before the Covid pandemic hit, the force set up the Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT) team. It consists…

'Rescued' Mexican citizens could be worse off after Ontario police raids last month, advocate warns
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'Rescued' Mexican citizens could be worse off after Ontario police raids last month, advocate warns

Migrant workers who get “rescued” in anti-human trafficking raids in Canada may find themselves worse off, and can even end up getting kicked out of the country or put behind bars, an advocate says. Syed Hussan, the executive director of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, made the comments to CBC News this week after Mexico’s consulate…

Scoop: U.S. privately apologized to Israel over human trafficking report
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Scoop: U.S. privately apologized to Israel over human trafficking report

The State Department privately apologized to Israel over the mention of a Palestinian trans woman who committed suicide in the preamble of a new report about human trafficking, according to Israeli officials and Israeli Foreign Ministry documents obtained by Axios. Driving the news: The report, published in July, said Israel did not recognize the woman…

Davis calls on UN to ‘step up’ on human trafficking
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Davis calls on UN to ‘step up’ on human trafficking

By KHRISNA RUSSELL Tribune Chief Reporter [email protected] AS he spoke of his administration’s plans to fortify the country’s borders in a bid to stave off increased migrant crossings, Prime Minister Philip “Brave” Davis revealed that The Bahamas opted not to sign a declaration that suggested nations host undocumented people last June. While 20 countries signed…