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Commenting article: Bulgaria Among EU Countries with Most Human Trafficking Victims - EC

During the years 2010-2012, EU Member States registered 30,146 victims of trafficking in human beings.

During the same period, 8,551 prosecutions against traffickers were reported across the EU. 80 percent of victims of trafficking were female, and over 1,000 child victims were registered as trafficked for sexual exploitation. This data is part of a statistical report on victims and perpetrators of trafficking released Wednesday by the European Commission.

A report also shows that many concrete measures against this severe human rights violation have been undertaken during 2010-2014, such as better cooperation with civil society, and guidelines issued to border authorities and other stakeholders on how to better identify victims.

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#1
Fr Jack Hackett - 18 Oct 2014 // 14:25:39

Slavery has re-emerged in the modern world as a result of the demographic changes which have taken place in Europe particularly over the last couple of decades. Certain cultures which have immigrated en masse into Europe have a history of keeping slaves and have continued to do so now they are here

#2
Stranger - 18 Oct 2014 // 15:31:31

This is done by all the non Bulgarians .
They bring there slaves here and encourage them to live off hard working Bulgarians .
We do not not want you or them here.
Go home if you do not like it here.
All you want is alchol and prostitues .
Bulgaria for Bulgarians .

#3
Immigrant - 18 Oct 2014 // 21:14:29

And you stranger, with all your folks could easily leave the UK : -)

#4
To Stranger - 19 Oct 2014 // 16:29:53

all these years I have been told there is nothing perfect in this world !

I was wrong !

You are indeed a perfect azzhole !!!

#5
Fester - 19 Oct 2014 // 17:56:28

Don't listen to Stranger, it's Yane posting under another name. Yane's a gypsy from Plovdiv who suffered a lot after the end of communism and thinks the Americans are responsible for the 5 leva increase in his electricity bill. And thinks Russia will give him a bigger bag of rice than Ataka that's why he's so loyal.

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