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traffic

1. See Motor vehicles.
2. Sexual traffic, see there.
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Two traffickers of UP have shifted their base to Rupaiadih in Nepal.
In the girl's eyes her traffickers were helping her and even when out of their grasp, she wanted to keep in touch.
We found that government officials at multiple levels help traffickers to run the camps, and help them to escape prosecution, conviction, and prison.
Such efforts seems to have simply encouraged traffickers to move operations even farther south, into Nicaragua.
This statement comes after the release of a Human Rights Watch (HRW) statement in February which documents appalling abuses perpetrated by Egyptian and Sudanese traffickers against Eritrean migrants in both countries.
Under new proposals the government now wants to give human traffickers previously convicted for serious sexual or violent offences a maximum life sentence.
Prosecutors said that branches in Mexico had become well-known to drug traffickers as the place to launder proceeds from illicit sales.
9, 1988), drug traffickers killed three presidential candidates, two ministers of justice (and seriously wounded a third), an attorney general, the director of one of the two most important newspapers in the country, and at least 200 judges and 500 police (NotiSur, Aug.
The drug traffickers were awaiting a postal parcel from an Asian country through Dubai.
Gholam-Reza Baghbani, chief of the Pasdaran Qods Force in Zahedan, as a Specially Designated Narcotics Trafficker for helping Afghan smugglers move drugs into Iran in exchange for weapons for the Taliban.
As West Africa remains a transit point for drug traffickers between South America and Europe, the potential for instability will continue to grow.
Mumbai based traffickers contacted a worker of the Ashapura Trust, an NGO saying that they wanted her organisation to take responsibility for the infant in the name of 'foster care' as her parents were unable to raise the child, while their main intention was to smuggle the toddler.