Egypt: Human Trafficking Crime Against Humanity
25 March 2013
Egypt has lent great attention to fighting human trafficking since the beginning of the century and assisted the international community in fighting this repulsive crime by joining the 1926 Slavery Convention, Prosecutor General Tallat Abdullah said during launching the training session of the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood with the Council's Secretary General Nasr al-Sayed.
The session tackles legal procedures to stop human trafficking in Egypt and dealing with victims.
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