Rahayu Saraswati: Fighting in the name of freedom
The Jakarta Post
It is one big, open secret that rogue members of the police and armed forces, as well as dirty politicians, in one way or another, allow human trafficking syndicates to operate freely in many cities in Indonesia.
Many women, men and children are forced, mislead, or entrapped into modern day slavery, employed at (among other places) authority-backed bordellos, disguised as karaoke bars and ...
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