Customs officials take a worker from a construction site to a hearing in Berlin, Germany.
More than 1,900 police officers are searching premises in the German capital in connection with a human trafficking investigation.
The Berlin prosecutor’s office tweeted on Wednesday morning that federal police officers are searching more than 100 homes and businesses all over the city.
The prosecutor’s office said the raids are based on allegations of human trafficking for work exploitation and organized trafficking of foreigners to work in construction.
The office said it could not give any further details because the raids were still taking place.
Australian police on Tuesday arrested three men accused of links to Daesh over an alleged plot to attack police stations, embassies and defence facilities in central Sydney. The men — aged 20, 23 and 30 — were arrested
Australia’s national broadcaster went to court on Monday to challenge a police raid on its offices and demand the return of files seized during the controversial operation.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he will meet with executives from the national broadcaster on Tuesday as he sought to calm tensions following two police raids
In the absence of separate room for self-isolation in their small huts seven migrant workers perched themselves on a banyan tree to remain in quarantine.
Thomas Schaefer, the Finance Minister of Germany's Hesse state, has committed suicide apparently after becoming "deeply worried" over how to cope with the economic fallout from the coronavirus, state premier Volker Bouffier said on Sunday.
Spain confirmed another 838 deaths in 24 hours from coronavirus on Sunday, a new daily record bringing the total number of deaths to 6,528, according to health ministry figures.