Man faces charges human trafficking, rape charges

19 November 2016
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A 42-year-old Bulgarian man is facing charges of human trafficking and rape after allegedly keeping a 25-year-old Bulgarian woman in a shipping container against her will and repeatedly raping her.

Authorities said the victim had agreed to work with the suspect doing farm work near Kilkis, in northern Greece, but he withheld her wages and held her captive.

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