A court in Tanzania has sentenced a Kenyan accused of trying to sell an albino to 17 years in jail and a fine of more than $50,000 (Â£41,200).
Albino body parts are valued highly in parts of East Africa and many albinos have been enslaved and/or murdered as a result. It is believed that since 2007 there have been 53 albino killings in Tanzania. The full story is here and I thank Ashok Hariharan for the pointer.
File under "Thwarted Markets in Everything."