Argentina rescues over 10,000 human trafficking victims

The Argentinian government says it has rescued more than 10,000 victims of human trafficking in the past decade, almost half of whom were sex trafficking victims.

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    The Argentinian government says it has rescued more than 10,000 victims of human trafficking in the past decade, almost half of whom were sex trafficking victims.

     

    It is a problem made more difficult to tackle by the complicity of corrupt officials.

     

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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