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Girl Baby Saved From Sex-Selection Abortion in China, Grandparents Wanted a Boy Instead

An estimated 200 million women will not be celebrating International Day of the Girl Child today, because they are not alive.  They were selectively aborted just because they were girls – victims of “gendercide.”  Son preference runs amok in both China and India; both countries suffer from a vast gender imbalance, which in turn is […]
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