130 Bangladeshi 'slaves' rescued from jungle in Thailand
A total of 130 Bangladeshis have been rescued after being abducted and shipped to Thailand to be sold as slaves.
The men were promised well-paid jobs, before being drugged, bound and kidnapped.
The government in Thailand say they are trying to fight the slave trade, but have been accused of "dragging their heels" on the issue.
On October 14, two Thai men have been arrested on charges of human trafficking after 53 foreign workers were found on a rubber plantation in southern Thailand.
The group, who come from Bangladesh and Myanmar, also known as Burma, were discovered on October 11.
If convicted, the two men face up to 10 years in jail. Police are still looking for the gang leaders.
The US recently criticised Thailand for failing to combat trafficking.