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Editor's Note: Today's stories are the second installment in a series of online and broadcast reports on adoption by Reuters and NBC News. An investigation by Reuters in partnership with NBC News has uncovered a vast network of adoptive parents who transfer unwanted children — often foreign adoptees — to virtual strangers they meet online in a range of chat rooms. Read part one of the investigation of the Reuters investigation of the Child Exchange. Read the full Reuters investigation of the Child Exchange here.