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PBS NEWSHOUR

Parents Turn to Internet to Give Away Foreign Adoptees

  • Aired: 09/11/2013
  • 07:57
  • Rating: NR
Called "re-homing," some parents use the Internet to find new families for their foreign adoptees if they decide they no longer want them. A Reuters investigation found many of the unwanted kids are abused after being transferred. Jeffrey Brown talks to Reuters' Megan Twohey and Adam Pertman of the Donaldson Adoption Institute.
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