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It took 75 years but, two sisters who were placed up for adoption at the end of World War II were finally reunited.
Parents Abandon Newborn Baby at a Store – 23 Years Later, She Gets a Letter With the Heartbreaking Reason Why ——Zoe Halbeisen’s meeting with her birth parents was more than two decades in the making.
Woman reunites with mother in Hong Kong and Macau
An infant in Kentucky became the first in the state to be dropped off safely in a “baby box” at a fire station last week, following the passage of a state law allowing anonymous surrendering of newborns at such devices.
"It was the first time I was able to see myself in my mother's eyes," said Timothy
After decades of searching, a Texas couple reunited with their 53-year-old daughter, who went missing in 1971 when she was just 22 months old. The family was able to find each other again through an at-home DNA test and the help of a genealogist.
A British football steward adopted as a baby has learned he is the sole heir to a £200 million fortune after his long-lost father turned out to be legendary American boxing commentator Bob Sheridan.
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