Thirty children from the Czech Republic found a new home abroad last year, according to data released by the Office for Legal Protection of Children. Most of the children, who would otherwise have spent their childhood in institutional care, were boys of up to five years old. They were refused by Czech adoptive families mainly due to their handicaps or ethnic background.

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