Roma children in Europe case

Ethnic Roma children trafficked for adoption. Often from Bulgaria to Greece, but also from: Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Albania and to: Italy, Austria, United Kingdom. Mothers are frequently sent to a receiving country to give birth before the child is purchased, coerced away, or stolen. The child may be adopted under Greece's liberal adoption rules or the adoptive father may be put on the birth certificate as the bio father.

See also
The shocking truth about the baby factories
Date: 2005-01-01
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66 Bulgarian Children Trafficked in 2012, Greece Hot Destination 2013-10-28
Bulgarian mother of the little Roma girl wants her daughter back2013-10-28
'Maria' Case Leads Greek Police to Child Trafficking Ring2013-10-27
"Maria" mystery lifts lid on bumbling Greek state2013-10-23
Greece's child-trafficking problem2013-10-21
Countering new forms of Roma children trafficking: Participatory approach2013-10-03
Baby trafficking is thriving in Greece - Europe - International Herald Tribune2006-12-18
Revealed: Bulgaria's baby traders2006-10-01
Bulgarian babies for sale2006-07-18


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