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U.S., Central America Announce Plan To Crack Down On Human Trafficking

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U.S., Central America Announce Plan To Crack Down On Human Trafficking

U.S., Central America Announce Plan To Crack Down On Human Trafficking

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the United States and three Central American nations announced an effort to combat human trafficking through the US-Mexico border, just days after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency, citing wide-spread unlawful immigration.

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21, 2019, PHOTO FRIDAY, DEC.

21, 2018, FILE PHOTO.




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