Ethiopia bans foreigners adopting children


Ethiopian lawmakers argued that orphans and other vulnerable children should be cared for within the country

ETHIOPIA'S PARLIAMENT has passed legislation banning the adoption of children by foreigners, BBC News reports.

The issue of adopting children from Ethiopia has been controversial, particularly after a 13-year-old girl died mysteriously in the US in 2013 and her adopted parents were subsequently convicted.

According to reports, Ethiopian lawmakers argued that orphans and other vulnerable children should be cared for within the country using locally available support mechanisms to protect them from being abused abroad.

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The Voice Online - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 12:00:41 +0000

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