Germany, Turkey arrest 35 in raids against traffickers

BERLIN (AP) — German and Turkish police said Wednesday they broke up a sophisticated smuggling ring that had been trafficking primarily Syrian refugees across the Mediterranean in freight ships into Europe.

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