Coming up in this week's Insight Central Europe: the scourge of human trafficking. We speak to a Slovak victim of the trade in human lives, talk to the Czech police about how they're tackling the problem, and travel to Austria for a look at what international organisations are doing. In Hungary, the World Bank releases funds to deal with the issue of crippling poverty among the Roma, and we remember the wartime killings of thousands of Ukrainians and Poles in Volhynia. That's all in ICE this week.
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