Two Vietnamese women without identification papers have been rescued from a Moscow brothel, where they had allegedly been forced into sex slavery, Vietnam News Agency reported Saturday.
The women told police that the brothel's organizers initially offered them jobs at a textile factory in Russia, the Vietnamese newspaper quoted the Voice of Russia as reporting.
But when they arrived in Moscow, all their documents were confiscated and they were forced into prostitution.
The brothel was based in the building of a former hotel located in the northeast section of Russia's capital city, according to the news report.
An announcement from the Russian Ministry of the Interior said all the suspects, whose identities were not revealed, have been taken into police custody.
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