This 2010 picture provided by www.apmDesignPhotography.com shows David McDurham, right, his wife, Amy, and their adopted daughter, Ella, in Arlington, Texas. As problems and policy changes reduce the ... more 
This 2010 picture provided by www.apmDesignPhotography.com shows David McDurham, right, his wife, Amy, and their adopted daughter, Ella, in Arlington, Texas. As problems and policy changes reduce the number of international adoptions by Americans, one country _ Ethiopia _ is emphatically bucking the trend, sending record numbers of children to the U.S. while winning praise for improving orphans' prospects at home. For the 2010 fiscal year, the State Department projects there will be about 2,500 adoptions from Ethiopia out of less than 11,000 overall _ and Ethiopia is on the verge of overtaking China as the number one source country. less 
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Tue, Oct 12, 2010 2:29 PM EDT