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Police in Mallorca have arrested 25 members of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang on suspicion of drug trafficking, trafficking in humans, extortion and running prostitution rings. It is alleged the gang planned to launder money from its criminal activities in Germany and Turkey by building a Formula One circuit on the Spanish island.

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WASHINGTON -- Uzbekistan and Russia have received the lowest possible rating from the U.S. State Department in its annual report on human trafficking around the world.

Along with Iran, the two countries received failing marks from Washington because their governments have not addressed -- and have no concrete plans to address -- the problem.

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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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Turkish authorities are engaged in trafficking body organs of injured Syrians that are taken to Turkey for treatment, a report says.

Syria’s official news agency SANA cited a report by Lebanese newspaper Ad-Diyar published on Saturday that Turkish authorities transfer young injured Syrians to certain hospitals in the Turkish cities of Antakya and Iskenderun.

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A Turkish national, convicted of human trafficking and sentenced to eight years in jail in the Netherlands, has been told to pay over €2m to the Dutch state under laws to claw back criminal proceeds.

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THE HAGUE, Netherlands – Medical and police authorities are launching a major international probe into the illegal trafficking in human organs for transplants, to help clamp down on the crime, one of the researchers said Thursday.

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Rep. Chris Smith (Center) listens during an Helsinki Commission hearing on sex trafficking and abuse of children, October 4, 2012.

Washington D.C., Oct 7, 2012 / 06:04 pm (CNA/EWTN News).-Witnesses at an Oct. 4 Helsinki Commission briefing called for increased pressure on the Dutch government to look into numerous sexual abuse accusations against a high ranking government official.

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At least 540 Bulgarians were victims of human trafficking in 2011, while Romania investigated nearly 900 similar cases last year. The increase, attributed to sexual exploitation, confirms that the two countries remain both source and transit areas in the region for such illegal activities, experts say.
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TBILISI, DFWatch – After the U.S. State Department published a report on human trafficking which indicated Georgia as a site of the illicit business, the Georgian Ministry of Justice responded by claiming to be a first tier country along with developed states as Germany.
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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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