China's stolen children


Chinese authorities have hailed the success of an operation last week in which they arrested 800 human traffickers and rescued nearly two hundred children.

But the high-profile raids revealed the extent of child trafficking across the country.

The BBC's Beijing correspondent, Martin Patience, has been speaking to parents who are still searching for their missing sons and daughters.

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