PARIS (AP) — Interpol says police in Africa and Europe arrested 195 folks and rescued practically 500 victims of human trafficking in an enormous crackdown on felony networks led by the France-based worldwide legislation enforcement company.
Interpol mentioned in an announcement Friday that Morocco hosted the March 28-April 2 operation, which concerned 24 nations exchanging intelligence and help from the Worldwide Group for Migration and different worldwide teams.
The 195 folks arrested have been accused of human trafficking, migrant smuggling, doc fraud, drug offenses or different crimes.
Interpol mentioned the y included folks in Sudan suspected of trafficking migrants to the Center East and exploiting youngsters in factories, folks in Spain suspected of smuggling Africans to Europe, and Chinese language residents in South Africa suspected of exploiting Malawian migrants.
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