Dad, please take us home
Updated: 2011-08-02 10:30
Sun Yizhi (right), refuses to bring his daughters Sun Min and Sun Li home after they were rescued from human traffickers in Shishi, Fujian province, on Sunday. Sun Min, who is 8-months pregnant with a trafficker’s baby, was sold with her sister five years ago. The father said he was protesting that police had taken such a long time to rescue his daughters.[Photo/China Daily]
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