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Archive for May, 2011

From the Bangkok Post: Thailand repatriated five pregnant Vietnamese women and five babies yesterday after freeing them from a Taiwanese gang which forced them to be surrogate mothers to Taiwanese customers. The five are among 15 Vietnamese women liberated during a police raid on Taiwanese-run Baby 101 Co in the Thararom housing estate on Ramkhamhaeng […]

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From the Washington Times: Freshman senator, Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida, has blocked President Obama’s nominee for ambassador to Vietnam.   Rubio’s hold on the nomination of David Shear, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, who since 2009 has served as Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs […]

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From the Dayton Daily News: In the fall of 2009, Angela Manuszak first met the little boy she hoped to call her own at a prison-turned-orphanage in rural, southern Vietnam. “That’s your mommy,” his caregiver told 2-year-old Thomas, commanding him to sit on Angela’s lap. By the end of the visit, Thomas was ready to […]

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From The Post I.E.: It is widely expected that Irish officials will be given the go-ahead to proceed with negotiations after Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald received a positive report on the progress made on adoption and child protection processes after the recent return of an Irish delegation that travelled to the country to ‘‘assess […]

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