There is now some new help in New Orleans for the victims of abduction and sex slavery and it's called the Eden House in Uptown.
Costa Rican police have arrested a doctor for organ trafficking. Dr Francisco Jose Mora, a prominent nephrologist, is allegedly the key figure in a large-scale transnational racket, linked to Israel and Eastern Europe.
In Romania, children represent at least one-third of trafficking victims. A plague that forces these innocent into forced labor, domestic service, manufacturing, as well as forced begging and theft in many European countries.
An international organ trafficking ring that allegedly sold kidneys to patients in Israel and Eastern Europe was broken up by Costa Rica police and Interpol.
Police arrested Francisco Jose Mora, a doctor at San Jose’s Calderon Guardia Hospital, still in his white lab coat.
Still clad in his white lab coat, Dr. Francisco José Mora was marched out of his office at San José’s Calderón Guardia Hospital on Tuesday morning by three agents from the Judicial Investigation Police (OIJ).
According to the solicitor general, Oliver Heald QC, over 1,180 trafficking victims were identified in the country last year while only 39 people were prosecuted for the offences.
Four child's rights organizations in the Mano River Union (MRU) basin, including the Defense for Children International Liberia (DCI-Liberia) have urged governments of member states to tackle cross-border child trafficking.
In a chat with this paper upon return to the country from Freetown, Sierra Leone, the Executive Director of DCI-Liberia, Foday Kawah, said cross-border child trafficking remains a post-conflict creeping menace that must be tackled quickly in the Mano River region.
Washington D.C., Jun 12, 2013 / 05:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).-A U.S. congressman urged the international community to train transportation employees to identify and fight human trafficking situations, as well as to establish a hotline for trafficking victims.