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Police free human trafficking victims across the Caribbean

This photo made available by Interpol Monday April 30, 2018 shows an Interpol officer talking with a woman in a goldmine in the Mazaruni region, Guyana, on April 4, 2018. A 13-country police operation freed nearly 350 people from human trafficking networks and arrested 22 people across the Caribbean and South America.(Nicola Vigilanti/Interpol via AP)

 

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