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He then took their photography equipment to safer higher ground and returned to help the couple, lying down in the mud so they put their body weight onto him and crawl out of the mud.

Thorsen stressed that, of the 15,000 Thai women living in Norway, only a very small minority work in prostitution.

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“Thailand is a very poor country where it is difficult to find a job, and the women think a lot about their responsibilities towards their families,” said Kornchawan Thorsen, who heads the Thai Women’s Association in Norway and also works with the Nadheim support group.

Nadheim has now begun contacting the women in question to inform them of their right to assistance from the authorities.

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