PRAGUE — Czech military contend they have damaged adult an general ring bootlegging migrants from southeast Asia to western Europe.
They contend 12 members of a group, nationals of vague former Soviet republics, were arrested during raids in a Czech Republic. Other raids in a box were conducted in Slovakia, Poland and Ukraine this week.
Police contend a organisation was organizing transports of migrants who originated in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka mostly to Germany, France and Britain. The migrants had to compensate adult to $22,000 for a whole trip.
Police pronounced Friday they have documented during slightest 16 cases of attempts to ride 100 migrants to Europe.
The smugglers face adult to 10 years in prison.
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