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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Ravshan Sabirov
Kyrgyz lawmakers are considering stricter regulation of international adoptions after officials have been accused of “selling” orphans as thousands of children languish in poorly funded state-run orphanages.
"[Illness] is the most likely reason that biological parents bring their children to state orphanages," he says. "We are not going to avoid our duty to those kids. We can't let them grow up and be a burden on our society either as these kids in car often end up being institutionalized or in prison while suffering throughout their lives."