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Libya || How a human body parts farm was discovered, men, women, and children locked in small cages.

As reported by wandabiz.com, the troops of Libyan-American warlord Marchal Khalifa Haftar released recently more than 2,500 black African men, women, children, and babies from a human body parts farm.

This source reported that all these humans were locked in small cages limiting their movements like wild beasts. They were all in a bad state and some had no eyes and all bore stigmata of gross surgery.

According to the report, a black market for all kinds of human body parts was created in Libya and this heinous business is booming. A kidney costs as cheap as $ 262,000, the heart costs $ 119,000 and the liver costs $ 157,000.

As reported, Marshal Haftar’s troops found the sum of two billion dollars in cash in this appalling place.

Though we were unable to verify this source, the story of Ikuenobe documented by BuzzFeed News shows how slavery is thriving in Libya, where thousands of black Africans hoping to get to Europe instead find themselves bought and sold, forced to work for nothing, and facing torture at the hands of their owners.

Libya has always been the stepping-off point for migrants, but Gaddafi used to control the numbers of migrants. However, since Gaddafi's death, migrants routes have opened up again.

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