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'I used to be a slave' - BBC News

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Rani Hong was born in Kerala, India. She was kidnapped from her family, sold into slavery, and then sold into adoption. She now works as a Special Advisor to the UN Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking. This is her story. Produced by Greg Brosnan, Sara Al Wajih and Mandeep Rai Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog

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