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Foreign adoptions at lowest since ’94

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 17, 2011

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NEW YORK - The number of foreign children adopted by Americans fell by 15 percent last year - the lowest level since 1994 - largely because of sharp cutbacks by China and Ethiopia, sources of most adoptees in recent years.

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