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Spain's strawberry farms from hell

By: Sarah MORRIS | Mélina HUET | Margaux SUBRA-GOMEZ
1 min

Spain's south-western Huelva region is known around the world for its strawberries. The fruit-picking season lasts three months and attracts workers from Eastern Europe and Morocco. But recently, Moroccan women have complained about working conditions, with some even reporting cases of sexual assault. Unions say few locals care about the situation because of the huge sums the strawberry industry generates. Our correspondents report.

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