Police arrests two for human trafficking

Two Iraqi men have been arrested in Athens on suspicion of being part of a large human-trafficking gang.

The two suspects, both aged 25, are accused of being the two leading members of the gang, which approached migrants in Athens and offered to help them reach other parts of Europe in return for 3,000 to 5,000 euros per person.

Police said they are looking for another 15 people suspected of being members of the group.