Nigerian prostitutes languishing in Europe (Photos)

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Nigerian women are being trafficked to Italy under the pretence that they will be working as nannies or in factories – but often end up working the streets as prostitutes.
Their plight has been highlighted by Paris-based photographer Elena Perlino, originally from Italy, who began to notice the presence of young African women working on the streets during her commutes from Turin.

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Police control find a Nigerian woman working as a prostitute in the outskirt of Turin

 

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A Nigerian called Faith having a blood test at the Amedeo di Savoia Hospital in Turin
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Nigerian woman Fatima shows the scars on her body due to vicious fighting with collegues working as prostitutes in the outskirts of Acerra
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Nigerian women in a Catholic shelter for victims of trafficking
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A Nigerian in Italy waits for a client in the countryside during the winter season
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A Nigerian in Italy waits for a client in the countryside during the winter season
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A Nigerian woman in a temporary detention centre
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Italian police review the documents of a Nigerian woman working as a prostitute

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A Nigerian woman, working as a prostitute in the countryside, is taken to a police station because she was found without a passport
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This photograph shows a Nigerian woman waiting for a client in the summer season
A Nigerian woman commuting between Turin and Milan on the 4am train

 

via@DailyMail

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