Narooma News: Interpol vows to track body-parts trade

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July 19, 2012, 8:36 a.m. |

Oleksandr Frolov died just before Christmas. His tissue turned up in a security sweep in Ukraine two months later.
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The head of Interpol has vowed at a public meeting in California to use the international resources of his organisation to track the illicit trade in human body parts. Ron Noble made the remarks at the Google Ideas INFO summit in Los Angeles several hours ago.

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