Human trafficking: “time bomb under Portugal’s feet” | Portugal Resident

Human trafficking in many forms is playing out across Portugal – this is the conclusion after a week in which hundreds of undocumented migrants have been found living in squalor near Lisbon, trafficked for the purpose of illegal clam harvesting, not long after the ‘shock’ of alleged child trafficking by a sports academy,” Natasha Donn writes in the Portugal Resident.

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