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Displaced families in Afghanistan sell children, organs for survival

Kabul, Jan 16 (UNI) Displaced people living in a camp in Afghanistan's Balkh province have sold their children and their kidneys in order to keep their families afloat.
The families escaped heavy conflict between Taliban and erstwhile government forces before the former took the reins of the country.
According to a report by TOLOnews, the price of a child is between 100,000-150,000 Afghani and the price of one kidney is 150,000-220,000 Afghani.
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