Police have detained two officials including one involved in family planning in China's latest crackdown on child trafficking that has ensnared 355 suspects, state media said Wednesday.
This photo, taken on December 18, 2012, shows policemen arresting a child trafficking suspect (C) in Xichang, southwest China's Sichuan province. Police have detained two officials, including a family planning functionary, in China's latest crackdown on child-trafficking that has ensnared 355 suspects, state media reported on December 26.
Officers from nine regions took part in the joint crackdown beginning December 18 against the nation's trafficking networks and rescued 89 children, the public security ministry said in a report earlier this week.
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