THE TRAGEDY CAUSED BY THE TSUNAMI IN South Asia continues to rally the world community in support of the survivors. But while aid has been flowing in to help them, the American Anti-Slavery Group has sounded an alarm concerning the well-being of thousands of orphaned children, now homeless and displaced, without family to care for them—and even worse, at risk of being abducted and sold into slavery.
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