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The Imo state Police Command, yesterday rescued a four-month old baby from suspected child traffickers.

The suspects include two female medical doctors, Dr. Sandra Odimega and Dr. Azuka Odike and a couple, Prince Sunday and Mrs. Sarah Okorie, parents of the rescued baby.

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Police on Sunday rescued a newborn who was allegedly sold to human traffickers by an obstetrician in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

The baby was recovered in neighboring Henan Province, but DNA tests must be conducted to confirm its identity, said a statement by the government of Fuping County in Shaanxi.

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A 33-year-old man, allegedly involved in human trafficking, and a woman, who sold her daughter to him, were arrested, Delhi police said today.

With the arrest of Deena Nath Tiwari, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi police claimed to have busted a human trafficking racket.

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The police rescued a two-month-old girl from the clutches of human traffickers who tried selling her for Rs 3 lakh in the Capital on Wednesday.
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The owner of a nursing home and his woman accomplice were arrested by the Delhi Police Crime Branch for alleged involvement in an organised human trafficking racket after a two-month-old baby girl, who was being sold for Rs.3 lakh, was rescued from East Jyoti Nagar here on Wednesday.
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End Child Trafficking Menace Now

Wednesday, 08 January 2014 14:00

The media, since last year, has been awash with news of the uncovering of baby factories or illegal maternity homes by security agencies. Most of the homes run by medical doctors contravene natural human relationship laws.

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Minna — The police in Niger state have arrested a syndicate of human traffickers that deals with the babies in Abuja, Niger and its environs.

The group sells these babies for the sum of N100, 000 and above.

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Baby Ovayo, 1year and nine months old, was sold by his own grandmother for R 500,00 to a woman who is suspected to conduct children trafficking in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
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The United States has estimated the global human trafficking industry to be worth about $9.5 billion when estimated alongside other forms of crime that are linked to it.
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New Details In Human Trafficking Case

Saturday, 14 July 2012 03:55
New details have come to light in the case of a woman who deputies say traded her newborn baby for a pickup truck.

The Laurel County Sheriff's Department says Heather Kaminskey, 30, traded her son to a Corbin couple, Jeremy Brown, 29, and Jamiee Brown, 32, for a silver 1999 Dodge Dakota.

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