The Austrian-led operation, conducted between 26 June and July 2, led to 910 potential victims of trafficking being identified.
Twenty-two countries participated in the Europe-wide operation, in which nearly 125,000 persons, 6,000 vehicles and 4,000 locations such as red-light districts, brothels and massage parlors were checked.
“Special attention was given to the online environment, used as a means to advertise victims of sexual exploitation,” Europol said in a statement.

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