CAIRO:Egyptian authorities announced on Tuesday the arrest of 25 members of an international network allegedly trafficking in human organs, including university professors and doctors. "Today at dawn, the largest international network for trading human organs has been captured," the country's Administrative Control Authority said in a statement on its website. The network "is made up of Egyptians and Arabs taking advantage of some of the citizens' difficult economic conditions so that they buy their human organs and…
MUMBAI: An Indian squash player has taken the unusual step of putting his kidney up for sale to raise funds ahead of next month's South Asian Games, according to local media reports.
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