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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.
(Bucharest, Romania: Mark Phillips) The work of American Susan Booth helping 4,000 teenage orphans living in the sewers of Bucharest, Romania, featured; scenes shown from Bucharest, of orphans on the streets and in the sewers. [BOOTH - says the people never had a loving home.] The street kids' social structure detailed. [Archway's Steven DOYLE - describes the living conditions.] [Street kid LILI - says she wants to have a baby; says she does not eat every day.]
- Phillips, Mark;
- Roberts, John
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