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Human Traffickers Jailed in 1st Major Bosnia Case

Bosnia’s state court sentenced three Bosnian Serbs on Friday to prison terms of up to nine years in its first major human trafficking case, state radio reported. The three were arrested by local police last year in the western town of Prijedor. They pleaded guilty to being part of a human trafficking ring that may have involved up to 200 victims across Europe. Court officials were not available for comment. Ringleader Milorad Milakovic, who was jailed for nine years, ran a nightclub-cum-brothel where the police found six girls from Moldova and Romania locked up in a room with metal bars on windows, the indictment said. Full Story

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