Haiti's stolen children: How DNA tests could help reunite families
In the past 30 years, in France alone, 7,000 Haitian children have been adopted by foster parents. Some were victims of traffickers who falsified their files to put them up for adoption. Today, these children are looking for information on their biological parents. Judy is one of them. He was sent to a hospital in the Haitian capital for an infection when he was eight years old. He never saw his family again. Now, thanks to DNA tests, he is hoping to track them down. Our correspondents report.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Rebecca Martin.
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