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L’adoption internationale : une priorité qu’on veut nous imposer

Date: 2011-06-27 Source: http://www.lenouvelliste.com Haïti: Cet article est dédié à tous les parents haïtiens qui jusqu’à ce jour gardent l’espoir de retrouver leurs enfants séparés d’eux à la suite du tremblement de terre du 12 janvier 2010. Quelques jours après le tremblement de terre de 2010, un journaliste étranger écrivait : l’adoption internationale n’est pas une aide… Read more »

Haiti Presidential Decree to Tighten International Adoptions

Source:http://defend.ht  Published on Friday, 24 June 2011 09:11 Written by Samuel Maxime PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – President Michel Martelly will issue a decree to make law the adoption of Haitian children subject to institutional processes. The law had begun forming during the Preval administration and has passed a vote in the Chamber of Deputies but is… Read more »

The woman who sold children

Source: http://tribune.com.pk  By Amber Darr Published: June 9, 2011 The author is a Lincoln’s Inn barrister practicing in Islamabad and holds a degree in Economics and Literature from Bryn Mawr College, US On June 2, the Pakistani police, in an increasingly rare display of efficiency, arrested Fatima, an Afghanistan-qualified lady doctor working for a private hospital… Read more »

5 Ridiculous Things People Steal

Source: http://www.ibtimes.com May 28, 2011 Most people think thieves just steal ‘normal’ things like cash, jewelry, watches, and cars.  However, a combination of greed, amorality, and desperate times – as well as black market demand – has driven creative thieves to steal some pretty ridiculous things. Things that you wouldn’t think are ‘stealable,’ or would… Read more »

“Illegal” Babies Abducted by Chinese Population Control Officials

Source: http://www.lifenews.com by Steven Mosher | Beijing, China | LifeNews.com | 5/26/11 11:52 AM As Beijing continues to vigorously pursue its infamous one-child policy, PRI has gathered evidence showing that Chinese villagers who cannot afford to pay these fines have their “illegal” children abducted and sold by Chinese population control officials. It is well known… Read more »

CHILDREN ON SALE

Source: http://www.telegraphindia.com Neha Sahay,  2011-05-26 Imagine your only child being forcibly taken away by officials and adopted by foreigners who believe it’s an orphan. This is the terrible tragedy that has been taking place in some remote mountainous villages of Hunan, Mao’s birthplace. The irony is that this is being done ostensibly to implement the… Read more »

Reporting in China

By Melissa Chan in Asia on Wed, 05/25/2011 – 09:59. A recent survey by the Foreign Correspondents Club of China had some discouraging numbers about reporting conditions in the country.  Ninety-four percent of journalists who responded felt the work environment had deteriorated over the last year.  Seventy percent had experienced harassment or violence of some… Read more »

PNG orphanage reports buying baby

Source: http://australianetworknews.com/stories/201105/3219920.htm?desktop The PNG orphanage decided to buy the baby to give it a better chance in life. [www.sxc.hu] 18 May 08:02:40 UTC+0200 2011 An orphanage in Papua New Guinea’s highlands says it has bought a baby in Enga province for about $US124. The Bible Faith Outreach charity’s orphanage director, Rosa Kepo, told Radio Australia’s… Read more »

Chinese baby trafficking leaves farmers forlorn

Source:  http://www.cbc.ca May 16, 2011 By Anthony Germain, CBC News China is investigating the kidnapping and trafficking of babies by family planning officials who allegedly sold them to be adopted in the United States and other western nations. Forty-seven year old Yang Li Bing puffs on a cigarette as he shuffles through photos of a… Read more »