Haiti's youth face exploitation

Many people made homeless during Haiti's earthquake face human-trafficking threat.

    For the fifth year in a row Haiti has been singled out as a special case in a US government report on human-trafficking.

    Even before January's devastating earthquake, poverty made its people vulnerable to traffickers.

    But with hundreds of thousands of Haitians still homeless, more are at risk.

    Sebastian Walker reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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