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Four arrested for running prostitution ring

Police in Athens have arrested four Bulgarian nationals on charges of allegedly running a prostitution ring in the city center.

The arrests were made following a complaint filed by a 20-year-old Bulgarian woman, one of the alleged criminal organizations victims.

According to preliminary police reports, the suspects, three men aged 34, 39 and 42, and a woman aged 47, lured foreign nationals to Greece where they forced them to work as prostitutes.

ekathimerini.com , Saturday February 15, 2014 (16:42)  
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