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Police find 41 migrants alive in the back of a refrigerated truck in Greece in latest shocking example of ruthless human trafficking

Police have discovered 41 migrants alive stowed in the back of a refrigerated truck on a motorway in Greece, officials today confirmed.  

The migrants, most of them Afghans, were found hiding in the lorry during a routine check by police near the northern Greek city of Xanthi.

It is understood that none of the migrants were injured and the refrigeration system had not been turned on, officials said. 

The driver, from Georgia, was arrested and taken into custody. The migrants were also taken to the nearby police station for identification. 

 

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