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Kidneys for sale: Iran’s trade in organs (con Francesco Alesi)
Iran is the only country in the world where it is legal to sell a kidney. Donors get money from the buyer and from the state, a system which eradicated waiting lists but, detractors say, exploits the poor and vulnerable. Here, we follow one terrible story
Traffickers turn to teenagers to drive migrant boats across Mediterranean
People smugglers in Egypt and Libya are escaping justice by using children to ferry migrants to Europe, leaving the youngsters to face jail and huge fines
Thousands of African child migrants feared in thrall to Italian traffickers
More than 3,000 minors may have fallen victim to forced labour and sexual exploitation after vanishing from homes and shelters