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East Germany's stolen babies

It's one of the last taboos of the former East Germany: forced adoptions. There are widespread suspicions that babies were stolen from their parents by the Communist government shortly after birth and given away to families loyal to the regime. Today, a group of victims called "East Germany's stolen children" are calling for an official investigation and access to archives to find out what happened to their children - even though time is running out. Our correspondents report.

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A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Rebecca Martin

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