China arrests 608 people for child trafficking

BEIJING - Police in China have arrested 608 people suspected of selling children and freed 178 children, including some infants, in a crackdown spanning 10 provinces on child trafficking, officials said on Wednesday.
Police arrested the suspects on Nov. 30, the Ministry of Public Security said in a statement, calling the crackdown "one of the biggest victories for anti-trafficking".
Police in the southwestern province of Sichuan had discovered in May that a group led by a man named Cai Lianchao sold 26 children to other regions, the ministry said.
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