MOSCOW, July 15 (RIA Novosti) – Russian police have discovered an underground clothing factory in Moscow Region where dozens of immigrants from Vietnam were being held, together with a bear, ostriches and wild boars, the region’s police department said Monday.
The Vietnamese workers told the police that they worked in shifts and were forbidden from leaving the workshop premises. Sixty-seven people who did not have papers documenting their right to live and work in Russia on them at the time of the raid were detained by the police.
“The foreigners who have broken the law will be fined and deported from Russia,” the police said in a statement.
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