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Honduras records more than 200 arrests for human trafficking this year

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Honduras recorded this year more than 200 arrests for the crime of human trafficking, a scourge whose fight requires a "shared responsibility", official sources said Thursday.

At the presentation in Tegucigalpa of the campaign "Think twice", promoted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Honduran Deputy Foreign Minister, Nelly Jerez, said that her country has captured "more than 200 people" for human trafficking.

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