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Poverty can fuel organ trade – experts

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The Egyptian Gazette | August 16, 2011
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Poverty can fuel organ trade – experts

CAIRO – Egypt’s medical experts have hopes that a new organ transplant law that started to come into effect in June will bring a thriving organ trade to an end here.

Kidneys' transplant case Ad&SJ dismisses bail applications of 4 accused

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The Frontier Post | August 20, 2011
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Kidneys' transplant case Ad&SJ dismisses bail applications of 4 accused

LAHORE: Additional & Sessions Judge Hussnain Qadir Ghalloo on Friday dismissed the bail applications of four accused allegedly involved in illegal transplant of kidneys in Northern Cantt area of Lahore

Kosovo: Premier Is Investigated

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NY Times | August 30, 2011
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World Briefing | EUROPE  | Kosovo: Premier Is Investigated
Published: August 30, 2011
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

An American prosecutor will investigate accusations that Prime Minister Hashim Thaci of Kosovo led a criminal network that sold organs

EU in Kosovo charges two with organ trafficking

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PRISTINA | Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:46pm IST
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(Reuters) - Kosovo's European Union justice mission has charged a Turk and an Israeli citizen with illegally trafficking organs at a clinic in Pristina, the EU's police and justice mission EULEX said on Monday.

The charges against Yusuf Ercin Sonmez, a Turkish surgeon, and Moshe Harel, a citizen of Israel, include trafficking in persons, unlawful medical activity and organized crime.

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