The Associated Press reported that the United States Justice Department investigates about 60 cases of human trafficking every year.
There are an estimated 140,000 human trafficking victims in Europe who generates $3 Billion in revenue per year, according to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Human trafficking victims have been reported in 137 countries around the world, with the victims originating from 127 countries.
The United Kingdom Government estimated that there were 5,000 human trafficking victims in the country in 2010.
Human trafficking victims in Spain make up to 90 percent of the entire prostitution industry in Spain.
An estimated 40,000 North Koreans are working in Russia under forced labor conditions, according to the United States Department of State.
Police in Japan identified 17 victims of human trafficking, down from the 116 found in 2005.
Human trafficking victims consists of up to 3 million people, or43 percent of all expatriates from India.
According to figures calculated by the United States Department of State, there were 4,166 convictions for human trafficking around the world based on 5,606 prosecution cases.
According to the US State Department 2010 Trafficking in Persons Report, men in Cambodia pay up to $4,000 to have sex with virgins.