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3 alleged Human Traffickers nabbed at Mactan International Airport in the Philippines

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) has warn the Filipinos wishing to work abroad against human trafficking syndicates
"a significant number of the estimated 10 million Filipino men, women, and children who migrate abroad for skilled and unskilled work are subsequently subjected to sex trafficking and forced labor."
This desire for overseas employment is a point of vulnerability which human trafficking syndicates capitalize on.
The National Bureau of Investigation in Central Visayas (NBI-7) arrested Tuesday three illegal recruiters at the Mactan Cebu International Airport for alleged human trafficking and illegal recruitment.
The suspects were siblings Rea Parejas Casas, 32, and Kevin Parejas, 23, from Marikina City; and Maricris Ria Delgado, 25,  from Antipolo City.
NBI-7 Director Tomas Enrile said the victims identified the Casas siblings and Delgado as their recruiters.
This, as seven passengers were offloaded from their aircraft bound for Taiwan Tuesday morning. They were turned over to Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking-Mactan Cebu International Airport (IACAT-MCIA) and Bureau of Immigration Mactan-Cebu International Airport for further investigation as suspected illegal recruits.

According to the DFA, illegal recruiters let their victims enter Dubai using tourist visas and made to work without pay supposedly as part of their “training.” 
“Filipinos who want to work abroad to first check job offers with the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration,” the DFA said.
The victims also confessed that they were bound for Dubai via Taiwan for employment.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) confirmed that the three persons were not authorized to hire and deploy overseas workers.

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