Kabita Tamang, 23, was convinced after the quakes by a distant relative to fly to Kurdistan, which she mistakenly believed was a prosperous European nation. Photo: Kyodo

Twin earthquakes in Nepal made it easier for traffickers to sell women into slavery

‘Many girls are being trafficked to Malaysia, Dubai, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and even China, where they are being sold off into potentially lifelong servitude for $10,000 to $13,000’

Topic |   Nepal earthquake 2015

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Kabita Tamang, 23, was convinced after the quakes by a distant relative to fly to Kurdistan, which she mistakenly believed was a prosperous European nation. Photo: Kyodo
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