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UK PM Johnson says people-traffickers should be hunted down

Reuters Wednesday, 23 October 2019
All those involved in people-trafficking should be hunted down and brought to justice, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday after British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck believed to have come from Bulgaria.
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