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Italy arrests 2,000 in human trafficking

More than 2,000 people throughout Italy — most of them foreign — are accused of human trafficking following an investigation that uncovered minors and adults forced into prostitution and working in sweatshops, police said Wednesday. The four-month investigation uncovered hundreds of trafficking rings, some of them as small as three or four people, said Chief Superintendent Chiara Giacomantonio. Full Story

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