32. British journalism's greatest ever scoops: Internet Baby Traders (The Sun, Briony Warden, 2002)

The extraordinary tale of two sixmonth old girls sold twice over the internet then kidnapped and chased across the United States won scoop of the year at the British Press Awards.

They were first sold to an American couple, then snatched back by a dodgy adoption agency and bought by a British pair.



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