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Sex trafficking victims are getting the best revenge
A school dedicated to helping child prostitution victims become lawyers has opened in India.
Frontex boss criticises NGO rescue operations in Med
NGOs react angrily to suggestions that their efforts to rescue migrants off the Libyan coast are encouraging smugglers
Vatican invites China to organ trafficking summit
The Vatican was forced to defend its decision to invite China to a conference on organ trafficking despite the country's murky recent-past regarding the issue
Italian police arrest three people for arms smuggling to Libya, Iran
Three Italians have been arrested on suspicion of running an arms trafficking ring.
"Females make up nearly three-quarters of trafficking victims" - United Nations
Almost three quarters of victims of human trafficking worldwide are female.
Libya: a dead-end for migrants
Caught in the Libya's instability and lawlessness, sub-Saharan migrants are exposed to abuse, violence and trafficking.
Cries for help from migrants trapped in Libya
Five years after being plunged into instability after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is a major crossroads of irregular immigration and is officially home to nearly 300,000…
In conversation with EU defence and security official Pedro Serrano
Is there a way out for irregular migrants in Libya, or are they condemned to die there or perhaps at sea if they attempt the journey to Europe?
The Brief from Brussels: Belgium agree last minute deal on CETA
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of stories making headlines in Europe’s de facto political capital.
Merkel in Africa - stemming the migrant flow
The German chancellor is on the second leg of a three-country African tour which started in Mali and will finish in Ethiopia.
Trade in world's most-trafficked mammal banned
The world’s most trafficked mammal has gained special protection after more than a million were poached from the wild in the last decade.
Ukrainian arrested for people smuggling in Hungary
The arrest comes after 33 illegal migrants were found in the back of a van near the border with Serbia. They had identity documents with them but no Schengen visas.
Migrant crisis: eight arrested in Italy on suspicion of people smuggling
Italian police have arrested eight people on suspicion of migrant smuggling and falsifying documents.
Human trafficking - tracking a lost generation
More than 1.2 million people fled poverty and war in 2015 hoping to find a safe haven in Europe and many of the children who have made that journey are being exploited.
Insiders investigates the exploitation of Syrian child labour in Turkey
Insiders visited southeast Turkey, home to a large number of Syrian refugees who have fled their war-torn country, and found many children forced to work.
Tracing trafficking victims
Sophie Claudet: “The UK government estimates between 10 and 13,000 people are trafficked into the country but unofficial sources say it could be up to 80,000.
Trafficked for exploitation: the UK's modern day slaves
Some campaigners estimate there could be up to 80,000 victims in Britain, stuck in slavery, in the shadows of society.
Italy smashes ruthless migrant-trafficking gang
Italian police have smashed a major people smuggling and drug trafficking ring.
Alleged human-trafficking 'kingpin' extradited to Italy
The suspected head of a huge human trafficking ring between Africa and Europe has been extradited to Italy.
The lucrative business of migration
Criminals based in Turkey have picked up an unexpected windfall with the arrival in the country of hundreds of thousands of desperate refugees and