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Machine Guns and a Sweet Baby Girl

I knew that adopting a child from the Democratic Republic of the Congo would not be easy. But I never expected to be stuck on a pitch-dark road in the middle of the night, somewhere outside the city of Kinshasa, wondering if I was about to become another grim statistic in this troubled country.


It all started back in early 2009....  from  Newsweek click here to read the full article


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