Cambodia Releases Surrogate Mothers Who Agree to Keep Children

December 6, 2018

(BBC) – Thirty-two surrogate mothers charged with human trafficking in Cambodia for carrying babies for Chinese clients have been released after agreeing to keep the children, officials say.  The women were arrested in June in a raid as part of a crackdown on the country’s commercial surrogacy trade. Surrogacy was banned in Cambodia in 2016, a year after neighbouring Thailand imposed limits on the service.

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