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BRAZIL-AMAZON/SLAVES
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July 05, 2007
Some of the more than 1,000 laborers that were found living in slave-like conditions on the Pagrisa sugar...
ULIANOPOLIS, Brazil
Slave laborers are freed by Goverment workers in the Amazon basin
Some of the more than 1,000 laborers that were found living in slave-like conditions on the Pagrisa sugar cane plantation arrive by bus two days after being freed by members of the government's anti-slavery team, in Ulianopolis in the northeastern state of Para, some 250 kms (155 miles) from the mouth of the Amazon river, July 4, 2007. Brazil's labor ministry freed the workers from inhumane working conditions in a raid that the International Labor Organization called the largest single bust ever made in Brazil, where some 160 illegal worksites have been raided in the past few years. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
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