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Mgr Bo denounces trafficking in human beings which "covers Myanmar in shame"

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Eglises d’Asie, le 16 septembre 2014 -

On Saturday 13 September, Mgr Charles Bo, Bishop of Rangoun and one of the few who speaks out regularly in favour of peace and human rights in Myanmar, appeared to issue a press release in which he urged the government, very strongly, to end trafficking in human beings. Trafficking in human beings is considered by international NGOs to be one of the worst phenomena in Myanmar.

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