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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