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Organ Trafficking Claims from Vietnam Renew Questions about Abuses in China

March 7, 2017

(The Epoch Times) – Such “violations of the law” may come in the form of abducting innocent individuals and murdering them to sell their organs, according to revelations from Vietnam last year that have not previously been documented in English. In July 2016, Vietnam police issued internal circulars regarding Chinese kidnappers harvesting the vital organs of vulnerable people in a border province, according to documents obtained by Epoch Times. In October, state television aired investigative reports on China’s underground organ procurement operations, partly targeting Vietnamese.

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