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IRELAND-ADOPTION
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February 27, 2014
Catherine Droogan poses for a photograph while holding her adoption papers in the kitchen of her house...
Omagh, United Kingdom
Droogan poses for a photo while holding her adoption papers in her house in Omagh
Catherine Droogan poses for a photograph while holding her adoption papers in the kitchen of her house in the Northern Ireland town of Omagh February 27, 2014. Adopted at four weeks from a convent in eastern Ireland, Droogan doesn't know who her parents were or where she was born. She is not even certain who actually named her Catherine. Lying on her kitchen table in the Northern Ireland town of Omagh is a one-page document that the state has given her about her parents, containing what's known as "non-identifying information". It took her a year to get from Ireland's health service and tells her that her father was a blue-eyed factory worker in his early 20s, and her mother was a catering assistant who liked to read and dance. There are no names or addresses. To match Insight IRELAND-ADOPTION/ REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (NORTHERN IRELAND - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
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