French hold Iraqi duo who smuggled 10,000 immigrants into Britain over two years

Two Iraqi men accused of smuggling over 10,000 refugees into Britain have been arrested in northern France. It is estimated that each of the accused earned half a million pounds, in their commodiification of human trafficking. The prosecution believes that the two men, known only as Bapir and Mamesh, operated the largest smuggling operation along the French and Belgian Channel coasts. Currently being held in custody in Saint-Omer, the two will go begin their trial on December 4th.