A misty day at Newlyn Harbor in Cornwall, England | Photo: Imago / Chris Button / Loop Images
Several investigators inspect the truck in which the bodies were found | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Rousseau
People continue to bring flowers to the site where the 39 Vietnamese migrants' bodies were found inside a truck |  Photo: picture-alliance/empics
Nail salons or 'nail bars' are places where Vietnamese are often exploited | Photo: Imago images
Pham Thi Tra My, the young Vietnamese woman who suffocated to death alongside 38 other victims in a lorry that arrived on Tuesday in southern England | Photo: posted by Noa Nghiem, Vietnamese activist for human rights, on a Twitter profile on October 25, 2019
A relative looks at an image of Anna Bui Thi Nhung, a Vietnamese woman suspected to be among dead victims found in a truck in Britain | Photo: Reuters/Kham
Activists take part take part in a rally titled "Walk for Freedom" in protest against human trafficking, in Athens, Greece | Photo: EPA/Orestis Panagiotou
Photo: Picture-alliance/ANP/R.Koole
Thousands of right-wing extremists descended on Rostock-Lichtenhagen in August 1992, some having traveled from as far away as Frankfurt