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'We have to get to work to solve Syria, to solve North Korea, to solve Ukraine to solve terrorism.'Trump spent Sunday morning at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi under gray skies and a light drizzle.

He met with Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang at the government building and attended a quick signing ceremony - both of which lasted a combined span of an hour - before they came outside to address the press.

“I am scared the man and his gang will find me and want no money. While the UK used to import most of its cannabis, by 2010, 50 per cent of marijuana was home-grown – and Britain is now actually exporting marijuana to meet demand from abroad.

The move from importing to exporting cannabis has occurred partly due to the involvement of organised Vietnamese gangs using residential properties as “factories”.

Chloe Setter, head of advocacy, policy and campaigns at Ecpat UK, urgedthat despite heightened awareness of the issue among police and professionals, large swathes of the public still are not aware of the exploitation within cannabis supply chains.

Evidence shows that the most prevalent form of child trafficking in the UK is for forced labour in cannabis cultivation, and data from the NRM consistently shows that Vietnam is the single largest source country for child victims of trafficking.They warned that children as young as 13, many of whom are from Vietnam as well as a number of other countries including the UK, are being identified as victims of slavery and recorded on the national database, but sliding back into exploitation within weeks or even days. Trump said that Putin 'really feels and he feels strongly' that neither he nor the Kremlin interfered in last year's presidential election.'What he believes is what he believes.“One day the police came and arrested us for growing drugs. That was the last time I saw my friend.” The teenager explains how his friend was taken into foster care following his arrest, but went missing. In 2016, there were 227 Vietnamese children identified as potential victims of modern slavery in the UK.In his case, he has says he has been accused of lying about his age and being a criminal. In the first six months of this year alone, there were 169 referrals minors from Vietnam into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) – the UK’s framework for identifying victims of trafficking – making it the top country for children being trafficked into the UK.

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