Serbian soldiers were killed for organs - EU task force
An EU investigation into criminal activity during the 1999 Kosovo war has found that several Serbian soldiers were killed by Albanian militants for the purposes of organ trafficking.
Calls for regulation as Iran’s kidney trade spirals out of control
The peak body overseeing Iran’s kidney trade is lobbying the government for tighter regulation on foreign nationals procuring kidney transplants.
No organised organ trafficking during Kosovo War - EU investigation
An EU investigation into organ trafficking in Albania is said to have found no evidence linking the Kosovo Liberation Army to forced organ harvesting.
Anthropologist honoured for alerting world to organ trafficking
Anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes, of the University of California Berkeley, has been honored by the American Anthropological Association with its first ever Anthropology in Public Policy Award for her trailblazing work on the dark practice of human organ trafficking.
European convention on organ trafficking on the way
The Council of Europe, the leading organistion for human right in Europe, is drafting a convention to ban organ trafficking which could come into force next year.
Syrian refugees selling kidneys to survive
An influx of destitute Syrian refugees has made Lebanon a hub for organ trafficking.
Stolen babies may be trafficked for organs in Guatemala
Guatemalan children are being stolen for illegal adoptions and organ trafficking
Costa Rican organ trafficking exposed
Is Costa Rica a hub for organ trafficking?
Five convictions for Kosovo organ trafficking
Five people have been convicted of organ trafficking in Kosovo by the European Union court which runs the legal system in the quasi-independent territory.
Tales from the Organ Trade
"If I can't find a donor in this country I have to decide whether I'm willing to take on my soul the ethical burden of purchasing a kidney from somebody, or to die," says says a patient in a new documentary about the organ trade. See the trailer.
Dutch uni to investigate study of organ trafficking
Dutch university to study growing problem
“Don’t let them put you under!”
Coma is a recent four-hour TV mini-series based on the 1978 Michael Crichton thriller about a young medical student who discovers that something sinister is going on in her hospital after routine procedures send more than a few seemingly healthy patients into comas on the operating table.
Chinese police arrest 127 in organ trafficking bust
Chinese police have arrested 137 people, including 18 doctors, in the latest crackdown on human organ trafficking.
Israeli sentenced in first US organ trafficking conviction
The first US conviction for organ trafficking has ended in a two-and-a-half year jail sentence for an Israeli citizen living in New York.
European crisis boosts illegal trade in body parts
The financial crisis in Europe has sparked an increase in the trade of human body parts, as families and individuals scramble to put food on the table.
Organ trading, donation make headlines
A worldwide illegal trade in kidneys is sharply expanding, according to the World Health Organisation.
China to stop harvesting convict organs
China officials plan to end organ harvesting from death-row inmates, in a move to reform an organ donation system which has for many years relied heavily on prisoners.
Bengladeshi organ trafficking revealed
A Michigan State University anthropologist from Bangladesh has published the first in-depth study describing the often horrific experiences of poor people who were victims of organ trafficking.
Refugees face organ theft at Sinai
Bedouin smugglers who engage in people trafficking are allegedly stealing organs from indigent refugees seeking to enter Israel without enough cash, according to a startling report from CNN.
First US conviction for organ trafficking
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