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Investigations Find Chinese Babies are Abducted, Sold for Adoption: Canadian Government Challenges C

October 21, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Canadian government has called on China to respond to claims that Chinese babies are being kidnapped from their parents and sold to orphanages so as to be adopted by Canadians and other Westerners, reports Canwest News Service.

The Canadian embassy in Beijing has reportedly requested that an investigation be conducted by the China Centre of Adoption Affairs (CCAA), the Chinese federal agency in charge of the country's international adoption program.

This news follows an investigative report last month in the Los Angeles Times, which revealed horrific stories of babies being kidnapped from their parents by Chinese 'family planning' officials who later sold them through orphanages for a U.S. $3,000 adoption fee.

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