Source: www.berlinonline.de 2005 08. Dezember Kinder aus Haiti werden gern von Ausländern adoptiert. Inzwischen ist das ein Geschäft geworden Klaus Ehringfeld PORT-AU-PRINCE. Seit mehr als zwei Wochen sitzt Isabel Loth in einem Hotel in Haitis Hauptstadt Port-au-Prince und wartet sehnsüchtig auf ein Stück Papier. Die 39-jährige Physiotherapeutin aus Frankreich ist seit kurzem Mutter zweier haitianischer… Read more »
Source: Guardian Date: 2004-11-21 Attempts by Western families to adopt children from poor nations have fuelled a rogue market in young lives. But at last action is being taken. Carolyn Wheeler reports from Lviv, Ukraine
Date: 2001-12-14 Source: http://www.scribd.com/doc/70681194
Read the original article here. Jim Rankin, Tanya Talaga and Leslie Papp investigated adoption practices in Canada and around the world. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JIM RANKIN/TORONTO STAR The Toronto Star Sep. 29, 2001. 02:14 AM Murky, lucrative and fraught with uncertainty, foreign adoption can bring great happiness – along with heartbreak and tears [CAPTION] GONE: Irene Lopez… Read more »
Source: New York Times By GABRIELLE GLASER, Published: Sunday, April 19, 1992 Poland’s opening to Western market forces has brought an unexpected side effect: a booming traffic in the country’s blond, blue-eyed babies. Since the fall of Communism two years ago, Western embassies in Warsaw have reported a striking rise in the number of residence… Read more »
Source: http://www.deseretnews.com Published: Saturday, Sept. 21, 1991 12:00 a.m. MDT Cox News Service Americans will no longer be allowed to arrange private adoptions of Romanian children, a Romanian official said Friday as she outlined strict new laws designed to combat abuses in foreign adoptions.
Source:query.nytimes.com By SHIRLEY CHRISTIAN Published: August 16, 1990 THEY attract attention on the sidewalks of the Miraflores and San Isidro neighborhoods of Lima – foreign men and women in jeans and jogging outfits, pushing newborn infants in strollers as passers-by stop to ooh and aah. Thousands of miles from home in the United States, Canada… Read more »
Source: Banglapedia War-babies are referred to here as babies born to Bengali women consequent of their being raped by Pakistani soldiers and other criminals who took advantage of the situation of the war of liberation (March 1971 to December 1971).
Source: Banglapedia Date: 1971-01-01 War-babies are referred to here as babies born to Bengali women consequent of their being raped by Pakistani soldiers and other criminals who took advantage of the situation of the war of liberation (March 1971 to December 1971). While they are referred to as the ‘unwanted children’, the ‘enemy children’, the… Read more »