More than two million children have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded on February 24, according to a 42-page report compiled by the Dutch-based La Strada anti-trafficking organisation and commissioned by Britain’s Freedom Fund that warns they are increasingly vulnerable to human traffickers. According to the AFP news agency, the study urged countries to work together to trace missing children and introduce mandatory checks for unaccompanied minors. It also called for the prevention of adoptions, which could lead to child sexual exploitation or illegal adoptions. To read this full story visit the News Blog page on the Future Media website.
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