The attack in Beresford Place is believed to have involved crime gangs linked to the city's organised prostitution trade. A frontline service for women affected by sex trafficking says the supposed link between a knife attack in Dublin on Monday to forced prostitution is no great surprise. The attack in Dublin's Beresford Place on Tuesday is believed to have involved crime gangs linked to the city's organised prostitution trade. A Romanian man aged in his 30s was stabbed 13 times in a frenzied attack after the car he was driving was rammed at around 5am on Monday morning.
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Operation Nexus, a combined police and immigration initiative involving sharing intelligence, has been targeting foreign offenders and those suspected of breaking the law since Among those detained and served with deportation papers are an increasing number of women from eastern Europe who have been working on the streets and in premises across London and Manchester. Many do not have convictions. Prostitution is legal in the UK, although activities associated with it such as kerb-crawling, pimping and owning a brothel are crimes. Some of the women have been arrested by officers during raids intended to break up trafficking rings. If removed, EU nationals are banned from re-entering the UK for 12 months.
Romanians on Trial in UK for Prostitution
A year-old man is being held on suspicion of conspiring to traffic for sexual exploitation. An address in Ardwick was raided by police on Wednesday morning, and a year-old man was arrested on suspicion of conspiring to traffic for sexual exploitation. The arrest came as police across the country moved on addresses stretching miles across the country and rescued a number of women they suspect of being trafficked. Apart from the man arrested in Manchester, another four men and one woman are also being held on suspicion of conspiring to traffic for sexual exploitation, and another man has been detained at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool.
The NWROCU operation began in , following the identification of 30 victims who were suspected of being trafficked into the UK by organised criminals to be used in the sex trade. Ion Olteanu, 43 years, charged, arrested and detained for 30 days 2. Ionut Panait, 36 years, charged, arrested and detained for 30 days 3. Vasile Andreescu, 51 years, charged and bailed 4.