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INDIA: More than 270 slave laborers were rescued from two Chennai brick factories this summer by International Justice Mission—the second-largest rescue operation in its 16-year history. IJM also praised the U.S. State Department's latest human trafficking report, which downgrades Russia and China, as an "international treasure" that will benefit both activists and slaves.

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