Scams Plague Efforts to Adopt Beyond Borders

PJ Whiskeyman of Littitz, Pa., at her computer.

PJ Whiskeyman of Littitz, Pa., sought to adopt two girls from Ukraine whose pictures she saw on an adoption service Web site. Sasha Aslanian/American RadioWorks hide caption

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2004 NPR Series

A growing demand for adoptable children overseas is leading to tragic outcomes for some children and parents. Michael Montgomery of American RadioWorks reports on problems with adoptions of children from the former Soviet Union.

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