human trafficking

Police arrested suspected members of two Nigerian criminal gangs in Italy and abroad | Photo: ANSA/US POLIZIA DI STATO
The Spanish NGO ship Open Arms docking at the port of Taranto with 62 rescued migrants aboard on November 26, 2019 | Photo: ANSA/INGENITO
An operation conducted by Italian police against Nigerian organized crime | Photo: ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
Migrants and refugees at a secret safe house in an area known as 'The Ghetto" of Agadez, Niger | Photo: ANSA/UNICEF
Several investigators inspect the truck in which the bodies were found | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Rousseau
Ahmed Maiteeq, Libya's deputy prime minister, on DW's Conflict Zone recorded November 15, 2019 in Paris  | Photo: DW/A. MacKenzie
Still from a video showing a Nigerian woman who arrived in Italy on a migrant boat and was later forced into slavery and prostitution | Photo: ANSA/ CARABINIERI
The Lyon courthouse | Photo: Jean Housen/Wikimedia commons
The migrant route from the Horn of Africa to Saudi Arabia through Yemen is one of the fastest growing migrant routes in the world
Trucks in Belgium | Photo: Imago Images/Belga
Migrants and refugees from Asia and north Africa, living and sleeping in a park due to the lack of adequate accommodation in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on their way to attempt to enter the EU | Photo: EPA/Fehim Demir
Trucks drive onto a ferry in the French port city of Calais | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/M.Demeure