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The seven-inch scar runs diagonally across the left flank of his skinny torso, a glaring reminder of an operation he hoped would save his family from debt but instead plunged him into shame.

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 KATHMANDU, Nepal — On the streets of Kathmandu, the sight of people begging for kidney treatment has become common.

The capital of Nepal is no different from many places in the world where aging populations, poor diets and no health insurance systems mean increased organ disease.

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By Ernie Allen, Special for CNN
Editor’s note: Ernie Allen in the president and CEO of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, a global organization to protect children from sexual exploitation and abduction.

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An increase of sex trafficking in Northern Nevada has sparked an effort by local, state and federal agencies to try to save the exploited girls and prosecute their pimps, reports the Reno Gazette-Journal.
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ORGANIZATIONS around the worldhave done truly amazing work combating sex trafficking through the rescue and rehabilitation of victims and their families.

While this is a commendable and truly urgent need, by itself it is not sufficient to end human trafficking.

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The operators of a network of Northern California brothels, including one in San Mateo County, were arrested last week following a five-month investigation that revealed young women had been trafficked here from Boston and New York, according to the California Attorney General's Office.
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The Truckload Carriers Association has formed a partnership with Truckers Against Trafficking, a nonprofit organization that educates, equips, empowers, and mobilizes members of the trucking and truck plaza industries to combat domestic sex trafficking.

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Some aren’t old enough to drive a car, or vote, or have even reached the designation of teenager. One survivor told of how girls were shown a horrific act perpetuated on one victim who tried to escape.
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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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By Graham Kates

Child sex traffickers often leave a trail of evidence on sites like backpage.com. Photo by Graham Kates

As child sex traffickers increasingly turn to the Internet to facilitate their black market activities, law enforcement and advocates are following them into cyberspace.

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