Before pulling out of Latvia, a group of British customs agents decided to bring attention to an often hidden section of society, - disabled children. Katya Cengel reports on their day at the zoo. Two year-olds Igor and Una have never been to the zoo. In fact, this is the first time either of them has been outside the orphanage. On July 25, the young pair, both of whom have Down's Syndrome, visited the Riga Zoo along with other disabled children, care-givers, their families and a group of British customs agents known as Crown Agents.The Crown Agents team has been in Latvia for two years hel...
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