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Traffickers Profiting as Pandemic Makes Crime Harder to Crack, UN Warns

VOA News Sunday, 18 October 2020 ()
Traffickers Profiting as Pandemic Makes Crime Harder to Crack, UN WarnsGlobal economic slowdown has left countless people jobless, at risk of exploitation, while victims of trafficking are less likely to be found or receive help with attention diverted elsewhere, experts say
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