Two men have been found guilty of the manslaughter of 39 men, women and children from Vietnam after they were found dead in the back of a refrigerated truck near London last year.
The deaths shone a spotlight on the illicit global trade that traffics poor people from Asia, Africa and the Middle East through perilous journeys to the West.
Eamonn Harrison, a 24-year-old lorry driver from Northern Ireland, was found guilty of 39 counts of manslaughter and one count of conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration.
Gheorghe Nica, 43, from Essex in southeast England, was found guilty of the same charges.
Two others have already pleaded guilty to being involved in the deaths.
Most of those who died, aged between 44 and 15, were from Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces in north-central Vietnam, where poor job prospects, environmental disasters and the promise of financial reward abroad fuel migration.
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