trafficking

Two Nigerian sex workers in Burkina Faso's town of Bobo-Dioulasso. Now free from their captors, they are too ashamed to return home without money | Photo: AP/Sam Mednick via picture-alliance
Migrants often cross the Evros river from Turkey to Greece with the aid of smugglers | Source: Facebook
39 bodies were discovered in the truck in Essex, UK | Photo: picture-alliance/S. Rousseau
On Friday, March 5, 70 migrants were reportedly liberated from traffickers in Bani Walid prison, Libya | Source: Screenshot Twitter
From file: A group of Ethiopian migrants stranded in Aden city sit on cement blocks while they and their fellow migrants surrounding them pray to return home to Ethiopia | Photo: IOM 2020/Rami Ibrahim
A group of migrants arrive at Dover, September 2, 2020 | Photo: IMAGO
From File: Migrants being transported across desert in LIbya, 2016 | Photo: Reuters
Carabinieri police discovered six young Afghans in the back of a truck coming from the Balkans | Photo: ANSA/Ufficio Stampa Carabinieri
A police operation in Tuscany that led to the arrest of six people accused of being members of a transnational criminal organization that dealt in migrant trafficking | Photo: ANSA/POLIZIA DI STATO
A Syrian boy in a reception center in Slovenia | Photo: EPA/MARIJAN MURAT
Migrants at the Njila detention center near the airport in Tripoli, Libya | Photo: EPA/STR
© Ben Stansall, AFP (file photo) | British Police forensics officers work on the lorry that was found to contain the 39 dead bodies, at Waterglade Industrial Park in Grays, east of London, on October 23, 2019.