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Thai Trafficking and Slavery at Sea: News Links

A Bangladeshi youth  who was abducted and held captive on a 'prison ship' before being abandoned on remote island, cries at Thai government shelter in Thailand's Phang Nga province. Photo Source: The Japan Times

A Bangladeshi youth who was abducted and held captive on a ‘prison ship’ before being abandoned on remote island, cries at Thai government shelter in Thailand’s Phang Nga province.
Photo Source: The Japan Times

Photo Source:  The Wall Street Journal

The Coast Guard and other Law Enforcement Agencies of Bangladesh deserve respect and reverence to bring such trafficking incidents into concern. To intercept and detect such incident is not an easy task. Small human trafficking vessels enter into the territorial water of Bangladesh at night. These vessels then take people and cross the territorial water boundary at night. So, it is very difficult to detect such vessels at sea. Photo Source: The Wall Street Journal

 

Photo Source: The Prothom Alo

Photo Source: The Prothom Alo

Photo Source: The Dhaka Tribune

Photo Source: The Dhaka Tribune

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