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Ivorian police ditch uniforms to stem child traffic

Staring bewildered at the floor and fiddling nervously with their hands, three shoeless girls mumble details of how they were smuggled to work in Ivory Coast as plain clothes police officers clatter away at typewriters. Four boys and six young men sit outside on a stone floor waiting to be interviewed along with Lambo Zouglou, 34, the farmer who took them from his native village about 600 km (375 miles) away in northern Togo to grow manioc or work as nannies. Full Story

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