At the sprawling Mont-Bouet market in Libreville, dozens of children heave bags of cement on their shoulders. Others wander around for hours, desperately trying to sell dried fish or cakes.
Gabonese youths stand outside a shop in Libreville on September 6, 2009. West African human trafficking is spawining a Gabonese hell for some children.
Their parents are nowhere to be seen: these children are virtual slaves illegally lured from west African states to oil-rich, equatorial Gabon.
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