In a transit center on the outskirts of the Gabonese capital Libreville, many children are hiding a traumatic past.
The youngsters here are victims of human trafficking.
Gabon is one of nine West African nations where the UN says centuries-old exploitation of child labor remains entrenched.
An AFP voiced report.
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