Human trafficking

Human trafficking

Bring every human trafficker to justice

According to Prothom Alo, Liton Mia, who lost his job as a medical assistant due to his involvement in underhand activities, trafficked more than 35 women to Iraq, luring them with promises of ...

Bring every human trafficker to justice

Regular migrants pay the price of irregular migration

The youth who is unable to do anything, is trying to reach Italy by any means. He becomes the target of human traffickers. As a result, Bangladesh is becoming to be known as a source of human ...

Regular migrants pay the price of irregular migration

7 Bangladeshi women trafficked to India return via Benapole

Indian authorities on Thursday sent back seven Bangladeshi women, who were trafficked to India two years ago

7 Bangladeshi women trafficked to India return via Benapole

Taliban 'set woman on fire for bad cooking'

Afghan women are being shipped into neighbouring countries in coffins and used as sex slaves, according to a former judge.

Taliban 'set woman on fire for bad cooking', shipping sex slaves in coffins

Human trafficking ring busted in Natore, two detained

Members of the Rapid Action Battalion on Monday arrested two members of a human trafficking ring in Natore

Human trafficking ring busted in Natore, two detained

What drives the Rohingya refugees to perilous sea voyages?

The longer it takes to ensure their return homes, more the world may see Rohingya being lured and trafficked through such voyages.

Migrants, who were found at sea on a boat, crowd in the back of a truck before they are sent to Mee Tike temporary refugee camp located near the Bangladesh border fence, at Kanyin Chaung jetty outside Maungdaw township, northern Rakhine state, Myanmar June 4, 2015.

Trafficking women to India

Human traffickers have ‘safe homes’ on either side of border

Various human trafficking rings have their extended networks on either side of the border with India. These criminal groups are active in both counties.

Human traffickers have ‘safe homes’ on either side of border

Human trafficking in Bangladesh

Cases hardly disposed of in absence of 'witnesses'

Rukhsana Begum (not real name) left home in 2014 on the promise of a well-paying job as a maid in Malaysia, made by a convincing recruitment broker in Cox’s Bazar. Seven years on, her family has not ...

Cases hardly disposed of in absence of 'witnesses'

Interview: Tasneem Siddiqui

‘It is not impossible to recover the dues of the returned migrants’

After drugs and arms smuggling, human trafficking is the third largest underground business. Its network is worldwide

Tasneem Siddiqui

Two Bangladeshi women trafficked to India return home

The two women went to India's Mumbai illegally with the hope of securing well-paid jobs, but they ended up getting risky jobs there

Two Bangladeshi women trafficked to India return home
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