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In Southern Thailand, Human Trafficking On The Risei
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Steve Sandford
April 23, 2014 5:26 PM
Cases of human trafficking are on the rise in Southern Thailand as authorities struggle to control criminal gangs transporting illegals across the border to other destinations. Steve Sandford reports on the exploitation and abuse that many of the victims face in their journey to escape the oppression in Burma, also known as Myanmar.

In Southern Thailand, Human Trafficking On The Rise

Published April 23, 2014

Cases of human trafficking are on the rise in Southern Thailand as authorities struggle to control criminal gangs transporting illegals across the border to other destinations. Steve Sandford reports on the exploitation and abuse that many of the victims face in their journey to escape the oppression in Burma, also known as Myanmar.


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