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Investigations were carried out across the capital and six other counties. Gardai investigating prostitution last week quizzed nearly 40 people suspected of buying sexual services. Searches, targeting the demand for prostitution, were carried out across Dublin and six other counties. The intelligence led Operation Quest aimed to clamp down on "prostitution and to protect vulnerable persons, including victims of human trafficking involved in prostitution".
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