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Ten Israelis were arrested on suspicion of human organ trafficking.
Tuesday’s arrests of alleged participants in an international organ harvesting ring came after an undercover operation of several months.
The Israelis arrested allegedly recruited poor Israelis to sell their kidneys for relatively meager sums for use in surgeries in Azerbaijan, Kosovo and other countries. They are also expected to be charged with extortion and tax evasion.
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Israeli police arrested six men from northern Israel accused of being involved in an organ trafficking ring.
The suspects, including a military brigadier general and two attorneys, were arrested Wednesday, according to reports. The ring allegedly identified potential organ donors...
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November 16, 2006 | 7:00 pmOlmert Upbeat on U.S. Ties
Ehud Olmert voiced confidence that Israeli-U.S. relations will remain robust despite the Republicans' midterm election defeat.
"Support for Israel has traditionally been bipartisan," the Israeli prime minister told reporters en route to Washington, where...