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Australia May Intervene In Surrogate Baby Case

by Wochit 1:06 mins

Australia May Intervene In Surrogate Baby Case

by Wochit 1:06 mins

Seven-month-old Gammy, who was born with Down syndrome and a congenital heart condition, is being cared for by his young Thai surrogate mother after his Australian biological parents left him behind in Thailand, taking home only his healthy twin sister. Now the Australian government says it is considering intervening in the case, with the country's immigration minister saying Monday that the little blond, brown-eyed boy might be entitled to Australian citizenship.

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