Eradicating human trafficking, smuggling activities

The pandemic has worsened the situation for many vulnerable groups which are now more prone to human trafficking. Photo: Pixabay

This article is in conjunction with World Day Against Trafficking in Persons which falls on July 30 every year. This year’s theme was Victims’ Voices Lead the Way.

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Human trafficking is the third-largest crime in the world, behind drugs and arms trafficking, and Malaysia is no exception to this heinous activity.

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