African Country Still Has Slavery — Obama Awarded Them Trade Benefits, Trump Reversed It

29 June 2020

(Georges Gobet/AFP via Getty Images)
There are currently an estimated 21 million to 45 million people trapped in slavery today, and an estimated 9.2 million of them are in Africa. Among these countries, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania is perhaps the only place in the world where people can still be born into slavery.



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