220 ‘Turkish" human trafficking victims found in Thai camp

14 Mar 2014
Source: 
Arab News

‘Arab News’ reports that 78 men, 60 women and 82 children were found in a secluded camp near rubber plantations. The people who identified themselves as Turkish did not have any identification papers and is unclear how they got to Thailand. Authorities however suspect that they are victims of trafficking and the traffickers were planning to transport them to a third country. At the time of the report no further information was known, since communication was hampered in the absence of an interpreter.

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