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traffic

1 to do with pedestrians and vehicles moving on the roads by virtue of the regulation of such by a series of Road Traffic Acts.
2 to deal; hence many statutory references to many outlawed transactions, e.g. liquor, drug and human trafficking. Extensive powers now exist to confiscate proceeds of drug trafficking.

TRAFFIC. Commerce, trade, sale or exchange of merchandise, bills, money and the like.

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An official of FIA regional office said following the directives of Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan FIA teams conducted raid against the traffickers in different areas and arrested Abdul Hashim, Amir Iqbal and Rashid Khan with copies of certificates, testimonials, illegal immigration documents of various persons.
He said that by using intelligence tips, the border guards in Zahedan (Sistan and Balouchestan province) came to be informed of the intentions of an armed gang of drug traffickers to smuggle drugs into Iran and staged a raid on them.
The FIA also arrested a member of a human trafficker gang, who had brought the Afghan women to the airport for sending them off to the United Kingdom via flight PK 785.
But the traffickers returned to business after April 25 earthquake in Nepal"a state intelligence officer told M AIL T ODAY .
If young people are not supervised in their accommodation they will have more access to phones and the internet which traffickers use to make contact.
Bulgaria, Latvia and Hungary reported for all three reference years that all suspected traffickers were citizens of their country.
There will no longer be more escape routes for the traffickers because they will meet us at every location even in the remote villages, Oluchi added, The only option for them is to hands off and stop the trafficking our promising children.
A month ago, Human Rights Watch issued a report that I researched showing how traffickers abuse African migrants in isolated camps in the desert, with the complicity of Yemeni officials.
Second, drug traffickers must launder their drug-related profits.
The calls come following a report released by Human Rights Watch (HRW) last month, which found authorities in both Sudan and Egypt have colluded with human traffickers in the kidnap and torture of hundreds of Eritrean refugees in the past 10 years.
An Eritrean man shows the wounds he says traffickers inflicted on him in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula to force him and his relatives to pay ransom for his release
Mexican security forces must ensure a greater amount of proactivity in their battle against brutal drug traffickers, instead of leaving it to the people to defend themselves.