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Report from Thailand, Part 4

New laws in Thailand aimed at curbing human trafficking and child exploitation are welcomed by the FBI, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Royal Thai Police.
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Generals from the Royal Thai Police gathered recently for FBI training, underscoring the country's efforts to address child victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation.

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