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June 19, 2012 12:00 AM

Swimming to freedom, and into center of fight against modern-day slavery

In 2009, Cambodian Prom Vannak Anan dove into a dark sea and away from a life of beatings, unpaid labor and imprisonment on a fishing boat. The lights of a port, four miles distant, guided him. The desire to be free kept him swimming.

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