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Adoption

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  • Couple jailed in Qatar after adopted daughter's death sue employer

    Couple jailed in Qatar after adopted daughter's death sue employer
    A San Gabriel Valley couple trapped in Qatar for nearly two years after their daughter's death filed suit Monday against the engineering firm that sent them overseas, alleging it failed to provide security or cultural training to help them survive in a country where mixed-race families are not accepted.
  • Cultural diversity pays off, for kids of all ages

    Cultural diversity pays off, for kids of all ages
    Your child may be engrossed with his Baby Einstein Take-Along Tunes or trying to escape from the grocery cart. But he's listening, processing and willing to teach us. In a recent study of 19-month-olds, University of Chicago doctoral student Lauren...

    When adoption is more like a merger of families

    PITTSBURGH Daniel and Solomon Wells celebrated Thanksgiving with new names and new parents, but they also broke bread with their birth mother, sister and brother. The brothers, ages 12 and 9 and previously named Tyshawn and Tavon, were among 40 kids...

    Qatar frees U.S. couple in adopted girl's death, blocks their exit

    Qatar frees U.S. couple in adopted girl's death, blocks their exit
    An appeals court in Qatar on Sunday overturned the convictions of a Los Angeles couple who were sentenced to three years in jail for the death of their adopted African-born daughter, but the government was refusing to let the couple leave the country, a...

    Adopted children stranded in Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Congressional leaders haven't forgotten about hundreds of children halfway around the world, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, who can't go home. They have sent letters to Congolese officials, imploring them to let children who have been adopted...