Cambodian surrogacy scandal flares again

Following the secretive release of an Australian nurse jailed in Cambodia for running a surrogacy operation, new arrests of pregnant local women have been made.

Controversy over commercial surrogacy has flared again in Cambodia with new arrests and disclosure of the secretive release from a Cambodian prison of Australian nurse Tammy Davis-Charles.

In recent months, 43 pregnant Cambodian women carrying babies, mainly for clients in China, have been arrested.

There have been claims some subsequently gave birth in custody while chained to maternity ward beds.

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