Victims offered NT$100,000 for jobs, some families forced to pay NT$400,000 in ransom.
A glossy home spread may be key evidence in the recovery of lost relics.
The North Sumatra Police have sent a team of investigators to Jakarta to track down a recruitment company involved in the alleged trafficking of 212 Indonesian workers to Cambodia.
Bamboo Union gangster arrested for role in Cambodia human trafficking scam.
Taiwan joins the chorus of regional countries expressing concerns about human trafficking in Cambodia, where reports are rife of enslavement, beatings, torture, and being resold.
Nine Taiwanese who were allegedly lured to Cambodia with lucrative job offers but then held and forced to work there illegally were brought back home Sunday night after a joint effort between Taiwan and Thailand, according to the Criminal Investigation Bureau.
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Taiwan has detained a couple for colluding with human traffickers and announced a special task force to deal with reports that “thousands of Taiwanese” were lured into Cambodia by promises of high-paid jobs but were instead forced to work for organized crime syndicates.
Concerns have been raised in recent times about the possibility of Taiwanese facing human trafficking in Cambodia.
The homes of a billionaire family, featured in Architectural Digest, provide clues to Cambodian investigators seeking the recovery of lost artifacts.
43-year-old Andrew David Eyre of Vancouver stands accused of sex crimes against 8 victims.
China’s official state press agency Xinhua published an article early last week celebrating that over 80% of Cambodia’s rural population now has access to clean water and sanitation.
Recently, there have been plenty of cases about job scams. The scam targets people who look for jobs online by promising them a lucrative salary in a seemingly nice location.
Andrew David Eyre, 43, was arrested last week after complaints were made against him by families in rural villages.
Taipei City Councilor Angela Ying on Tuesday alerted the public to a spate of recent incidents in which Taiwanese have been lured to Cambodia with promises of high-paying jobs, only to be forced into illegal work and held in the country against their will.
Victims have reported alleged organ harvesting among other forms of abuse.
On August 3, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Cambodia released a report on the state of press freedom in the Southeast Asian country.
Cambodia will deport the recovered monkeypox patient, Osmond Chihazirim Nzerem, to his birth country Nigeria and ban him from re-entering the kingdom for three years, an immigration department official said on Sunday.
Sold six times and beaten over seven months. These were some of the experiences faced by two Malaysians who were duped into a job at a fraud syndicate in Cambodia.
University graduate in his 20s flew to Cambodia for job as ‘croupier’ only to discover he was to work for scammers.