Serbian police find 10 illegal migrants in truck

Serbian police rescued 10 illegal migrants from a sealed truck that was retained at the Serbia-Macedonia border, Belgrade electronic media outlets have reported.

The truck, owned by a company registered in the Serbian city of Nis, was stopped by the Macedonian customs authorities, and the police reacted when they heard someone in the back of the truck crying for help.

An investigation is under way into this case of migrants trafficking.

Last update: Sun, 08/05/2016 - 18:46
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