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Scotland sets sights on slavery as more Vietnamese chase 'pot of gold'
by Kieran Guilbert
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
19 September 2018
On 19 September 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Many young Vietnamese who make tortuous journeys to Britain through Russia and Europe often end up enslaved. After decades spent battling an influx of heroin, some of Scotland's top cops are now striving to get to grips with another troubling import -- modern-day slaves from Vietnam. Better known for its illicit trade in drugs than people, Scotland has set its sights on slavemasters and is stepping up efforts to stamp out the crime as it uncovers more victims.
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Vietnam is the main hotbed, with many young people making tortuous journeys through Russia and Europe, having paid thousands of pounds for the promise of a decent job in Britain.
But the reality is bleak. ...
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Global Good News regards enslavement of people as a flop. The stepping up of efforts to stamp out the crime is a 'Positive Trend'.
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