'We're taking them home': saving Russia's brick slaves

Thousands of Russia’s most vulnerable men and women go missing every year. They are plucked from cities and towns and driven hundreds of miles to the remote republic of Dagestan, where they are enslaved in rural brick factories and farms. Alexei and Zukiya, two anti-slavery activists working for Alternativa, an NGO, are often their only chance of escape


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