History of child placement articles


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Germany's war children scramble to find their GI fathers Kerry24678282 years 27 weeks
The Jewish War Orphans Committee of Canada Niels401142 years 42 weeks
INVESTIGATION.ADVERTISING.ADOPTION.FLORIDA.FRAUD. Niels10548222 years 50 weeks
Did local health care provider once sell babies on the side? Niels209833 years 42 weeks
A timeline of Barnardo’s and other child emigration programs Kerry198304 years 8 weeks
The lost children of the Holocaust Kerry152704 years 14 weeks
El Salvador families seek adoption answers Kerry327454 years 21 weeks
Torn from their mothers' arms Kerry236404 years 21 weeks
Why a Generation of Adoptees Is Returning to South Korea Kerry221904 years 31 weeks
Switzerland's shame: The children used as cheap farm labour Kerry189404 years 41 weeks
Irish babies adopted in US faced ‘lottery’ of heartache Kerry135404 years 48 weeks
Adoption policy forced Wollongong mother to give up child at 2 years old Kerry166825 years 3 weeks
Man at center of 1964 kidnap mixup finds clues to his identity Kerry254025 years 6 weeks
Mass grave of up to 800 dead babies exposed in County Galway Kerry253015 years 11 weeks
Children are happy gifts Niels242625 years 48 weeks
Five Bulgarians arrested for baby trafficking in Thessaloniki La Ronda122006 years 9 weeks
Austrian commission reports rampant child abuse in former city-run home Kerry149316 years 9 weeks
Gestational surrogacy a bad recipe for Louisiana Kerry399816 years 11 weeks
Williamsburg displaying adoption fabrics from London Kerry331516 years 12 weeks
Child Trafficking: Man Sold Pregnant Wife’s Unborn Child for N200,000 Kerry155706 years 12 weeks
Police uncover second 'baby factory' in a week Kerry104006 years 12 weeks
Elder slams NT forced adoption plan Kerry114706 years 13 weeks
Fears adoption could spark new Stolen Generation Kerry191016 years 14 weeks
Baby broker appears in court Kerry301226 years 15 weeks
Calls for probe into forced adoptions Kerry127606 years 21 weeks

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