In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP
In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP

Malaysia plans special court on human-trafficking as cases soar

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In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP
In an August 2015 photo, unidentified Thai suspects are seated at police headquarters in Bangkok. Police said five human traffickers recruited Thai women through social media platforms claiming to be part of a modelling agency, but instead sent these women to China, Malaysia and Singapore. Malaysia plans to set up a special court to tackle human-trafficking cases. Photo: AP
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