African Slaves Cut Open for Their Kidneys in Libya’s Burgeoning Organ Trafficking Market

December 7, 2017

(International Business Times) – The investigation into Libya’s seedy underbelly, where men and women are sold off to the highest bidder, has earned international condemnation, with demands for a swift investigation into the human rights atrocity. Now, a Ghanaian lawyer claims trafficking in the country is being used to facilitate the illegal sale of human organs and encourage a lucrative “red market”.

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