A client pays a prostitute for her services at a Beirut hotel.
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Internal Security Forces announced that it busted a prostitution network Saturday that was using a social media website to conduct its work, arresting 14 .Separately, the statement added, the police's anti-vice unit arrested six Kenyans in Burj Hammoud, north of the capital, on charges of practicing or facilitating prostitution.The statement did not clarify whether the six were connected to the same prostitution ring as the 14 . Prostitution in Lebanon has been in the limelight since a high-profile case last month where police freed 75 – mostly Syrian – women held as sex slaves in the Maameltein area of Jounieh, north of Beirut, uncovering the largest known human trafficking ring in Lebanon.Prostitution is illegal in Lebanon, but as in many countries across the world, it is common.
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