Seafood From Slaves 2,000 Free

Seafood From Slaves 2,000 Free

In this Sept. 8, 2015 photo, Burmese fisherman Myat Ko Ko Lay is congratulated by others as he leaves the port town of Ambon, Maluku province, Indonesia. Ko Lay was tricked into working on a fishing boat by traffickers and had been in Indonesia for more than a year when he was rescued. More than 2,000 fishermen have been rescued this year from brutal conditions at sea, their freedom prompted by an Associated Press investigation into seafood brought to the U.S. from a slave island in eastern Indonesia. Dozens of Burmese men in the bustling port town of Ambon were the latest to go home, some more than a decade after being trafficked onto Thai trawlers. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)

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September 08, 2015 09:20:48 AM
September 17, 2015 05:49:42 AM
Achmad Ibrahim
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
SEPT. 8, 2015 PHOTO
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Ambon, Indonesia
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