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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Nearly 50 English language teachers from Canada have been arrested in South Korea on suspicion of working illegally or having fraudulent qualifications, it emerged today.
Canada's Globe and Mail newspaper reported this week that the teachers had been detained, deported or were being investigated, as the Korean authorities continued to rout out the country's illegal workers.
Immigration officers are believed to have raided schools, arresting teachers and recruiters.
The Canadian Foreign Affairs Department reportedly told that paper that in the last two weeks it had logged 50 cases involving English teachers. Of …