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EurasiaNet - September 20, 2012

 For a group of prospective North American parents whose attempts to adopt Kyrgyzstani children wound up on the wrong side of a 2009 moratorium on foreign adoptions, the last four years have been a harrowing education in the cut and thrust of Kyrgyz politics. The lifting of the moratorium last year offered the group - sometimes known as the "Kyrgyz 65" - hope, but recent corruption scandals appear to have brought the whole process to a grinding halt once again. 

 PLEASE SEE FULL STORY HERE: http://www.eurasianet.org/node/65938