Hungary: Traffickers sentenced to 25 years for refugee deaths

One Afghan and three Bulgarians found responsible for suffocation of 71 refugees in a truck in 2015.

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    A court in Hungary has sentenced four men to 25 years in prison each for human trafficking.

    The group, an Afghan and three Bulgarians, were found responsible for the deaths of 71 refugees who suffocated in a truck in 2015.

     

    Al Jazeera's Paul Brennan reports.


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