By: Aisha Braima
Al-Obeid (Sudanow.info.sd) - Eleven Somalis, including eight young women and three boys, have been freed by police from human traffickers in North Kordofan State.
Sudan News Agency said the police of Jabrat al-Sheikh Locality in North Kordofan, in mid-western Sudan, on Monday freed from human trafficking gangs eight young women and three boys of ages ranging from 15 to 20 years.
Jabrat al-Sheikh Locality Police Director Col. Mu'tasim Mirghani Mohamed told the Agency that arrangements have been made for sending the victims to capital of the State, al-Obeid.
He said the arid desert of the north-western parts of the locality has been a field for various forms of crimes including human trafficking and drugs dealing.
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