Bride trafficking: Pakistani women sold off to Chinese men

In China, the 35-year-long one-child policy has had devastating consequences on the country's female population. Gender-selective abortions were common, which has resulted in a lack of brides for men wanting to marry. This has in turn led to the trafficking of women in the region. In Pakistan, police are now cracking down on the sale of young women as brides. We take a closer look.


Also, one year ago this month, the world was focused on a cave in Thailand's Chiang Rai province. Inside, 12 schoolboys and their football coach were trapped for 17 desperate days. One year on, we take a look at what has become of the boys since their incredible rescue.

Finally, we head to India, where some women cut off their hair as an offering to God. But they don't know that their locks are then sold for use in hair salons across the world. We tell you more.

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