Sold as slaves

3rd March 2000 at 00:00
CHILDREN as young as seven are being sold into organised slavery in Gabon in Central Africa, according to reports by Anti-Slavery International.

The childrenfrom Benin, Togo and west Africa are taken across the border and made to work. Those from Benin who die on the long boat journey are tossed overboard.

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