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CANBERRA, Australia, June 25 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Australian Immigration Minister Philip Ruddock admitted yesterday to having deported at least three pregnant women to China who were seeking to avoid the communist country’s practice of forced abortion for those who already have one children. The minister defended his actions saying, “we’re talking here about people who were unlawfully in Australia and the responsibility under the Migration Act for people to be removed.”

For background on the story go to:
Update Chinese Woman Forced to Abort After Deportation

With files from Pro-Life E-News Canada

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