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Iraqi charged for massive human trafficking

SYDNEY: An Iraqi man has been charged in Australia with people trafficking in connection with the drowning deaths of more than 350 asylum seekers in 2001, police said Saturday. Maythem Radhi, 43, was arrested at Brisbane airport late Friday after being extradited from New Zealand and has been charged with “organising groups of non-citizens into Australia”.

He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.                     AFP


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Today’s Front Page December 09, 2019

Today’s Front Page December 09, 2019