15 February 2002 RIGA, 14 February (LETA)--About 2,000 cases of trafficking of women from the Baltic countries are ascertained every year, Elina Niedre, coordinator of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) program in Latvia, told a press conference on 14 February. That number, however, is approximate. According to Europol, there are 120,000 cases of trafficking […]

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