Interpol reports that 195 people have been arrested on suspicion of human trafficking in Africa and Europe. In this network, it was determined that there are about 500 victims.
The operation, conducted from March 28 to April 2, was conducted in 24 countries on two continents, Interpol said.
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In this network, it was determined that there are about 500 victims
These countries include Kenya, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Morocco, Tunisia, Spain and Greece.
Interpol added that an impressive operation was carried out in Sudan, where security forces released about 100 victims of human trafficking.