Cambodia 'organ traffickers' to stand trial

Two alleged suspects are awaiting trial for making money by persuading people to sell their organs.

    The World Health Organisation estimates that ten percent of organs used in transplants around the world are trafficked every year.

    In Cambodia, two people are awaiting trial for making money by persuading people to sell their organs, in a case thought to be the country's first.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports.


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