Indonesia will repatriate 10 Cambodian human trafficking victims, who allegedly arrived in the country after being tricked into taking jobs there by agents in Thailand.
Anti-human trafficking division police search a fishing trawler in an estuary in Samut Sakhon for any crew who might have been trafficked to work on the ship, in this file photo from November 2012. It's alleged that 10 Cambodian human trafficking victims to be repatriated from Indonesia were sent to the country to work as fishermen via Thailand. Photo by Wassayos Ngamkham.
The Cambodians had been held at immigration quarantine facilities in Ambon city on Ambon Island in Maluku province of eastern Indonesia since January, Ambon Immigration Office head I Dewa Sukawiryawan said on Tuesday.
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