Police free people trafficked to work in Malaga kebab shops

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MALAGA police have freed six Pakistani citizens who were being exploited by a group of fellow countrymen.
Two people were also arrested under suspicion of belonging to an organised human trafficking group, which smuggled people from poor rural areas of the country into Spain for amounts ranging from €5,000 to €12,000.
The victims were promised work in Spain and told they could pay the cost of the trip in installments, and once in the country were forced to work 11-hour days, seven days per week in kebab shops.
One suspected group member was also caught at Malaga airport allegedly trying to carry almost €10,000 in cash out of the country.

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