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Nuredein Wehabrebi Atta, who has been sentenced to five years in prison for his involvement in moving migrants, told Italian police that migrants who couldn't pay for journeys across the Meditteranean “were sold for €15,000 to groups, particularly Egyptians, who are equipped for harvesting organs".
His testimony has helped break open detained 38 people suspected of being involved - 25 Eritreans, 12 Ethiopians and one Italian.
"The deaths that we were aware of were a small part of it," Mr Atta told police, according to local media.
"In Eritrea alone there have been victims in eight out of 10 families." He said that migrants who can not afford to pay the smugglers are then sold to organ traffickers.
In the late nineteenth century, Emperor Menelik II expanded the country's borders to their present configuration.
In March 1896, Italian troops attempted to enter Ethiopia forcibly and were routed by Emperor Menelik and his army.
The last twenty-five years of the twentieth century have been a time of revolt and political unrest but represent only a small portion of the time during which Ethiopia has been a politically active entity.
These conceptions of Ethiopia were geographically vague.
War, drought, and health problems have left the nation one of the poorest African countries economically, but the people's fierce independence and historical pride account for a people rich in self-determination. Ethiopia is the tenth largest country in Africa, covering 439,580 square miles (1,138,512 square kilometers) and is the major constituent of the landmass known as the Horn of Africa.
It is bordered on the north and northeast by Eritrea, on the east by Djibouti and Somalia, on the south by Kenya, and on the west and southwest by Sudan.
Asylum seekers sent to the facility are free to leave during the day but must report for roll calls.
The plan to close Holot is contingent on the success of the expulsion plans.
It remains undecided who will be the first recipients of the notices, but women, children and victims of human trafficking are to be excluded from the expulsion drive as will individuals who have sought asylum in Israel and have not yet receive a response.