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 »
Category: United States
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.
Date: 1991-06-25 Adrian Foreman Newsday In response to international outrage over the sale of orphaned babies to American, European and Israeli adoptive parents, the Romanian government has banned adoptions through state agencies but left foreign embassies to screen applicants for private adoptions. The temporary ban, an attempt to deal with the “baby trade,” the most… Read more »
Date: 1991-04-30 Author: MARGIE BOULE – of the Oregonian Staff They were babies, mostly, or toddlers, with big, dark eyes, pale skin and dark, unkempt hair. They lived far away, in large, crowded buildings Americans haven’t heard much about for 30 years or so: orphanages. Only these places made Little Orphan Annie’s orphanage look like… Read more »
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 »