Prostitutes arrested in Guatemala City in 2012, as part of an operation against human trafficking.
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June 19, 2013 The State Department official in charge of the office that monitors and combats human trafficking says slavery affects several industries, including fishing, and several countries, including the U.S. He wants consumers to ask: "How can I actually do something about it?"
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