Online Desk |  2 weeks ago | international
At least 35 teenagers have been rescued from a so-called ‘’baby factory’’ in Nigeria.
Essentially these are places where women and girls are kept to give birth to babies for sale.
Authorities said four of the girls in the building in the south-eastern state of Anambra were already pregnant.
Police spokesperson Torchukwu Ikenga told journalists that three suspects have been arrested - accused of abducting the teenagers, as well as engaging them in sexual slavery, prostitution and operating a baby factory.