Cambodia: Human trafficking crisis driven by cyberscams
17 September 2022 | 4:22 pm
Foreign nationals are being trafficked to Cambodia through online scams, and some are subject to torture and even death. Survivors and human rights experts are calling for law enforcement to take action.
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