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Controversial Plan to Stop Human Trafficking

Published måndag 13 november 2006 kl 14.38
The Swedish Parliament watches Lilja 4-ever, a film about trafficking

It’s been called modern slavery. Just to give you an idea, some 1500 girls from Lithuania are held captive as sex slaves every year. They’re lured abroad with promises of jobs but sometimes do end up locked in an apartment in a Stockholm suburb, beaten, drugged and forced into prostitution.

Everyone is in agreement that something must be done. But the reactions to a new proposal from Sweden’s Migration Minister Tobias Billström are certainly very mixed. Mark Cummins has the story:

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