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Published on Sep 2, 2010
Child trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world -- a modern-day form of slavery which is usually associated with countries with unstable economic and political systems. But it's also a serious problem in Europe, Russia and the United States -- an underground business driven by enormous profits. Many victims do get help from the FAIR Fund, a Washington-based international non-profit organization that works to prevent sex and labor trafficking of young people, especially girls, around the world. In the first of two reports, VOA's Amra Alirejsovic met one former victim who managed to make her escape.