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The world was horrified last year when it hit the headlines that desperate refugees trying to cross the Sinai Desert were having their organs snatched while still alive by ruthless doctors.

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The demand for donated organs in wealthy nations is rising much faster than the supply of organs donated through traditional means can meet, leading to a small but growing number of people living in poverty who sell their vital organs on the black market.

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On Feb. 23 in Dongguan City in southern China’s Guangdong Province a Mr. Shu showed up at the local hospital with a tall tale. He told a doctor in the emergency room that he had awakened in his hotel room, found one kidney missing, and 20,000 yuan (US$3,151) left on the table beside his bed.
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According to the WHO's 2012 report, over 10,000 cases of the illegal sale of transplant organs is registered all over the world every year, and that figure is constantly rising. About 75% of all transplant surgeries are kidney surgeries, the demand for which is the highest on the black market, since it is the only organ that can be transplanted from a live donor.

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Time has passed when illegal organ donation was a business that prevailed in developing countries alone. Current statistics clearly reveal that European countries are the new hub for black marketing of organs.
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Maputo — Mozambican police on Tuesday confirmed the arrest of a citizen who killed, decapitated and cut off the genitals of his own son to sell to a trafficker of human organs for 500,000 meticais (about 18,000 US dollars at current exchange rate).
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Beijing: In a crackdown on human organ trafficking, Chinese police have arrested 137 people in connection with the illicit trade.

The operation was jointly conducted by 18 provincial police authorities in late July, who also rescued 127 organ suppliers, according to a statement from the Ministry of Public Security today.

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BEIJING, Aug. 6 (Xinhuanet) -- Experts called on Sunday for authorities to improve hospital supervision to prevent the trade and trafficking of human organs.

Police announced on Saturday that 137 suspects had been caught in the latest crackdown on human organ trafficking.

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China Nabs 137 in Organ Trafficking Ring

Monday, 06 August 2012 13:54

As China puts an end to inmate organ harvesting, Xinhua reports authorities have arrested 137 suspects involved in a human organ trafficking ring:

Chinese police said Saturday that 137 suspects had been arrested in the latest crackdown on human , amid intense pressure on finding sufficient donors through official channels.

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Control organ trafficking, SC orders CSs

Wednesday, 18 July 2012 10:57

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed Chief Secretaries of the four provinces to take adequate measures to shun ill practice of trafficking of human organs by adopting existing laws.

The court summoned the details of smuggled organs till 1st August besides directing the Chief Secretaries to implement the existing trafficking laws with letter and spirit and submit the report of all districts in the next date of hearing.

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