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Ten Americans detained and accused of child trafficking in Haiti after they allegedly tried to bus 33 children into the Dominican Republic insist their effort was an attempt to get the children to a shelter.
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The controversy raises important questions over how western aid organizations are helping orphaned children and how far they can go.
Back in 2007, members of a French charity, Zoe's Ark, were charged by the government of Chad for abducting more than 100 orphans.
Despite the group's claim that the children were orphans from Darfur most of the children were found to have at least one living parent or guardian.
We want to know what you think.
Do you think that taking orphaned children really kidnapping? How far should aid organizations go? Should these aid workers really be charged with kidnapping?
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