According to the police, 15 people, including pregnant women, were arrested in November for alleged surrogacy in Cambodia. Photo: EPA

Cambodia’s surrogate mothers go free after agreeing to raise Chinese children but some see it as a mixed blessing

  • Cambodia banned commercial surrogacy in 2016, and police in June raided two flats where Sophea and 31 other surrogate mothers were being cared for in Phnom Penh
  • They were charged the following month with violating human-trafficking laws, but authorities released them on bail last week, under the condition they raise the children themselves
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According to the police, 15 people, including pregnant women, were arrested in November for alleged surrogacy in Cambodia. Photo: EPA
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