Published on Oct 10, 2011 by Luke Hunt
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — TWENTY-THREE children and young adults rescued from slave labour in a garment factory by Vietnamese authorities with the help of an Australian-run children’s charity have arrived in Hanoi.
Vietnamese government officials and police from the victims’ home region, with help from the charity Blue Dragon, raided the factory in Ho Chi Minh City. The owners have been arrested and are awaiting trial. Read more From Helen Clark of AAP in the Herald Sun.