File image from June 20, 2013 shows Arjun Tati, then-55, and Mukti Tati, then-50, with a picture of their daughter Binita Tati, who was trafficked to Delhi from Laluk, Lakhimpur district, Assam, at the age of 14. Tens of thousands of girls as young as 12 are trafficked from India's remote north east every year. Many suffer physical and sexual abuse, few receive the wages they were promised. Photo: Gethin Chamberlain

Gangs exploit refugee crisis to profit from US$150 billion a year slavery trade, Nobel laureate Satyarthi says

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File image from June 20, 2013 shows Arjun Tati, then-55, and Mukti Tati, then-50, with a picture of their daughter Binita Tati, who was trafficked to Delhi from Laluk, Lakhimpur district, Assam, at the age of 14. Tens of thousands of girls as young as 12 are trafficked from India's remote north east every year. Many suffer physical and sexual abuse, few receive the wages they were promised. Photo: Gethin Chamberlain
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