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Published on Oct 11, 2010
Nigerian girls appeared on the streets of Athens during the Olympic Games of 2004. They never left. Nobody knew where they came from, nor did anybody care. Most of them arrived transiting through Italy and France. The EU's invisible borders have made it easy for traffickers to move girls around. And Nigeria has its own powerful --and highly lucrative-- criminal ring. Although it may cost 1000 Euros to transport girls to their destination cities, the latter will be forced to pay back their traffickers up to 80,000 Euros. And girls are kept from rebelling by the strong hold of voodoo oaths --and threats to their families.
Larissa is a city with a population of 200.000. It lies between the two major cities of Greece, Athens and Thessaloniki. It is a major agricultural centre and a national transportation hub.