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Global Anti-Trafficking Operation: 212 Arrested, 1,426 Victims Identified


Police in 44 countries arrested 212 suspects and identified 1,426 potential victims of sexual exploitation, forced begging, and forced crime during a global anti-human trafficking operation, an Interpol statement announced on Thursday. The International Criminal Police Organization, Europol, and the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) coordinated the operation, named Global Chain, which took place from May 8 to 15 and aimed to detect and disrupt organized crime groups involved in the exploitation of victims from South America, Asia, Africa, the Western Balkans, and Ukraine. The goal was not only to identify victims but also to protect and refer…

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