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PRITINA -- The Pritina Basic Court sentenced Lutfi Dervishi and four others accused of carrying out illegal organ transplants between one and eight years in prison.

Two other defendants were acquitted on Monday.

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Shaip Muja, a member of parliament and former health adviser to the current Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci, is expected be one of eight people indicted in a second round of investigations into the activities of the Medicus clinic in the Kosovan capital of Pristina, where at least 24 illegal transplants took place in 2008.

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A former Kosovo health minister and another Pristina official are among eight suspects in a new EU probe into a human organ trafficking case, a local daily reported Tuesday.

Last Wednesday, a day after a European Union-led court in Kosovo convicted five doctors of harvesting and selling kidneys at a Pristina clinic, the EU's Pristina mission announced the new probe without revealing the identity of the suspects.

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PRISTINA, Kosovo — A European Union prosecutor in Kosovo says a new probe into illegal organ trafficking has begun just days after five people were found guilty of running a criminal ring that lured poor people from Eastern Europe into selling their kidneys to rich recipients.

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A European Union prosecutor has initiated a new probe into the human organ trafficking case, after five doctors in Kosovo were convicted of harvesting and selling kidneys to mainly Israeli recipients.

On Tuesday, the EU mission (EULEX Kosovo) in the capital Pristina said eight more people are also being investigated for among others the criminal offences of organized crime, trafficking in persons, grievous bodily harm and abusing authorities, in the case of illegal organ trade.

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Eight people were "being investigated for the criminal offences of organised crime, trafficking in persons, grievous bodily harm, abusing official position of authority, fraud and trading in influence," the EU's Pristina mission said, without revealing their identity.

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Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said he received confirmation that the investigation will be finished in 2014 during a meeting on Thursday with the chief prosecutor of the EU task force investigating the organ trafficking claims.

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Tales from the Organ Trade, 2013.

Directed by Ric Esther Bienstock.

Starring David Cronenberg (narrator), Dr. Yusuf Sonmez, Jonathan Ratal, and Raul Fain.


The issue of illegal human organ transplants has a global impact upon the impoverished, the egal and medical professions, and those in desperate need of a life-saving operation.

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PARIS: Five people have been convicted in Kosovo in connection with an elaborate organ-trafficking network that lured poor people to the country and then sold their kidneys and other organs to wealthy transplant recipients from Israel, the United States, Canada and Germany, charging as much as $130,000 for each organ.

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Most of the harvested organs were then sold to recipients in Israel while others went to Canadians, Poles and Germans. But while the recipients got a new lease of life the donors often went unpaid and were abandoned.

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