Kyrgyz orphans look on in an orphanage in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. Americans were in process of adopting 65 orphans from Kyrgyzstan when it suspended international adoptions in 2008 due to allegations of fraud. Some of the Americans gave up, some of the children were placed in domestic adoptions, and last summer nine of the remaining children finally were allowed to go to America. There are now 16 U.S. families still waiting, five year later. (AP Photo/Abylay Saralayev)

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Kyrgyz orphans look on in an orphanage in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. Americans were in process of adopting 65 orphans from Kyrgyzstan when it suspended international adoptions in 2008 due to allegations of fraud. Some of the Americans gave up, some of the children were placed in domestic adoptions, and last summer nine of the remaining children finally were allowed to go to America. There are now 16 U.S. families still waiting, five year later. (AP Photo/Abylay Saralayev)
Kyrgyz orphans look on in an orphanage in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. Americans were in process of adopting 65 orphans from Kyrgyzstan when it suspended international adoptions in 2008 due to allegations of fraud. Some of the Americans gave up, some of the children were placed in domestic adoptions, and last summer nine of the remaining children finally were allowed to go to America. There are now 16 U.S. families still waiting, five year later. (AP Photo/Abylay Saralayev)
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