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Makutu Jabateh hugs her daughter, Mabana Konneh, 5, as the little girl returns home to her neighborhood in Jacobstown, Monrovia. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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For Ebola Orphans In Liberia, It's A Bittersweet New Beginning

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The new online magazine Gazillion Voices was begun in the hopes of shaping a new national conversation on adoption, the website says. Gazillion Voices hide caption

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard apologized Thrusday for how thousands of unwed mothers were forced to give up their children from the late-1950s to the '70s. Morne de Klerk/Getty Images hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: Michele Kelemen reports.

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