Human traffickers in Mauretania are conducting a lucrative business. Trafficking of people is a major problem in the country, with an estimated 10,000 to 14,000 people trafficked each year. People are tricked and forced into labor, while others are sold into sexual slavery. The majority of those trafficked are women and children, who are exploited for their labor or subject to extreme abuse. Human trafficking networks are well-organized and operate on a large scale in Mauretania. They use a variety of methods to recruit victims, including fraudulent job offers, kidnapping, and false promises of marriage. The profits from trafficking are often used to finance other criminal activities, such as drug trafficking, extortion, and terrorism.Disclaimer: The summary above might be generated by an AI.