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Children freed from clutches of crime gangs

(Xinhua)

08:38, December 07, 2011

A baby is rescued from a child trafficking gang in Putian city, East China's Fujian province, Nov 30, 2011. Chinese police in 10 provincial-level regions have jointly cracked two child trafficking gangs that were deemed "seriously harmful," arresting 608 suspects and rescuing 178 children, according to the Ministry of Public Security.[Photo/Xinhua/Yao dawei]
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Wendy Bryce at 2011-12-0975.158.171.*
What an encouraging article. How can anyone harm a baby? To me it is unthinkable. Thank you for rescuing this children.
Wendy Bryce at 2011-12-0975.158.171.*
What an encouraging article. How can anyone harm a baby? To me it is unthinkable. Thank you for rescuing this children.
ASEAN at 2011-12-07220.255.2.*
Hang these rascals. No mercy to these people. Do they know how painful are the parents of missing child ? And what about the child ? The most important thing in one"s life is to know who is your biological mother. Published in all newspapers in China on how the government punishes these rascals. Again no mercy.
  

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