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Tuesday, 8 February, 2000, 18:32 GMT
Prostitutes find work in Kosovo



The International Organisation for Migration says it's concerned about the growing number of prostitutes being trafficked to Kosovo from central and eastern Europe.

An IOM spokesman, Jean-Phillipe Chauzy, said the women were mainly from Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine.

He said the large international presence in Kosovo encouraged the traffic, which was being handled by well-organised Mafia structures.

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