Trafficking of Women Criticised in State Department's Human Rights Report on Slovenia

Washington, 5 March - While the overall state of human rights in Slovenia last year was rated high by the U.S. State Department, its report lists the ignorance of Slovene government organisations and NGOs of trafficking of women from Eastern Europe who are forced by criminal cartels into sex slavery, as the biggest problem.

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