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Pair charged over largest NI human trafficking raid

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Two people have been charged with human trafficking and other offences. They will appear before Dungannon Magistrates' Court on Wednesday. 150 officers were involved in what has been described as the biggest operation the Police Service of Northern Ireland has carried out to date. Most of the victims, which include women and transgender individuals, are mostly from Brazil.
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Pair charged over largest NI human trafficking raid

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