A total of 103 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims have been repatriated from Myanmar.
Twenty five more Bangladeshi human trafficking victims have returned home from Indonesia, four months after they were rescued from the Andaman Sea.
Sixty three Bangladeshi trafficking victims -- 39 rescued from Andaman Sea by the Thailand authorities and 24 from Indonesia -- will return home.
A series of news on human trafficking across the sea route of Cox's Bazar have been getting highlighted in national and international media in recent days.
A total of 47 Bangladeshi human trafficking victims, who were rescued by Thai authorities last year from Andaman Sea, reach Dhaka.
Detectives have identified an unregistered Rohingya among the 150 Bangladeshis, who were repatriated from Myanmar on Monday after months of ordeal.
A total of 150 Bangladeshi trafficking victims rescued by Myanmar navy on May 21 finally return home.
Migrant rights workers launch hotline numbers in Bangladesh and Malaysia to facilitate the passage of information of the rescued trafficking victims to the aggrieved families.
Thousands of Bangladeshis have been trafficked to South-East Asian Countries like Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
On May 1, 2015, a shallow mass grave was discovered by some villagers collecting mushrooms deep inside a jungle of Thailand's Songkhla province.
In 2012 the Parliament criminalised human trafficking by enacting the Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking Act.