International Human Trafficking Summit Draws Experts to Combat Sexual Exploitation
November 17, 2014
By Carmen Chau
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va.-The International Human Trafficking Summit kicked off the first day of its conference and exhibit at the American Military University. It is a four-day conference that offers workshops and information sessions. The event is expected to have about 100 representatives from all over the world. Human trafficking, experts say, has become a serious issue and it can happen anywhere.
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