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In the past four months, Colombian authorities have rescued at least 80 Venezuelan women and teenage girls trafficked into forced prostitution. BOGOTA, Nov 28 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Trapped and held captive in basements and bars across Colombia, growing numbers of Venezuelan women are falling prey to sex trafficking rings as mass migration from Venezuela to neighbouring Colombia shows no signs of abating, campaigners and prosecutors said.
Destitute migrants fleeing Venezuela's economic collapse and medicine shortages are being targeted by human traffickers at Colombia's border areas and across the country. More than two million Venezuelans have fled their homeland since , with most seeking better lives in neighbouring Colombia, and across the region, in one of the largest mass migrations in Latin American history, according to the United Nations.
Migrants needing jobs to send money back to those left behind in Venezuela or to feed and take care of themselves and their families in Colombia have become targets for traffickers, rights groups say. Recent raids on brothels and bars by Colombian authorities have put the problem in the spotlight.
In the past four months, Colombian authorities have rescued at least 80 Venezuelan women and teenage girls trafficked into forced prostitution, police figures show. In the most recent raids last week involving dozens of bars in downtown Bogota, about 40 Venezuelan women who were victims of sexual exploitation were rescued, police said. Traffickers had lured women in the Colombian border city of Cucuta - reached by crossing a bridge from Venezuela - with false promises of decent jobs in the capital.
Once in Bogota, their documents were seized and women were forced into sex work in rooms with padlocked doors and windows, working for 20 days for free to pay off the cost of their transport, Colombia's chief prosecutor, Nestor Martinez, said. This month's raid follows another police operation in October in homes in the northern city of Barranquilla where about 20 Venezuelan women were being forced to have sex in front of a webcam that was streamed online, prosecutors said.