Modern-day slaves 'held captive' in Moscow mini market

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A group of people who were apparently held captive as slaves in horrific conditions at a mini market in Moscow have spoken of their ordeal.

Eleven people were subject to brutal treatment at the hands of a shop owner who kept them, in some cases for more than a decade.

Some of the women had children whilst imprisoned while one child has been permanently disabled.

Daniel Sandford has this exclusive report.

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