State media say police in southern China have rescued 11 Vietnamese women who were abducted and forced into prostitution in a border
province and are returning them home. State-run China News Service said police in Guangxi province investigated the case in response to a request by Vietnamese police
and located the women in Nanning city. It says the victims were confined to a spa in the city and forced to engage in prostitution, but one woman managed to notify her family in Vietnam. China News says police arrested one suspect.