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Two more kids go home

POLICE have helped two more children, rescued from human traffickers, to be reunited with their parents in northwest China, the latest progress in a campaign to bring rescued kids home launched by the Ministry of Public Security.

Police officers in Lanzhou, capital of Gansu Province, found the children's parents with the help of clues offered by the public and DNA comparison.

So far, six children out of 60 have found their parents since the ministry posted their personal information and photos on its Website on October 27, the ministry said yesterday.

The campaign aroused wide concern and received a lot of helpful clues from the public, the ministry said.

The ministry said it would make public the information of more children rescued but still unidentified.

In April, the ministry launched a crackdown on child abduction. As of October 12, more than 2,000 children had been rescued.


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