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In this photo made available by Madonna's publicist, Liz Rosenberg, Madonna holds her adopted son David as they meet with the boy's biological father, Yohane Banda, left, at a lodge where the pop star is staying in Lilongwe, Malawi, Monday 30 March 30 2009.

The pictures were taken by Tom Munro - the photographer/director behind the Elle portfolio and the Give It 2 Me video.

From AP Via Yahoo! News


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i love madonna but why did she adopt a kid that already has a father. she could have supported them financially. and adopted one that has no one ;(

larry mcgee

Limting the rights or just standing in the way of anothers right, to the freedoms we enjoy that protects us, here in American.That same right Mandonna, and other's like here, have chose to extra-size in their persuite for happiness. These same rights many of you choose to deny here, and comdem here actions to persue here right in this world. To help another human in a land that is less furthon and their freedoms are limited. Unlike those we enjoy and take for granted today.

Madonna,will be remebered not only for her great music, but also for her great human services she displayed by her action she has taken in the world.

The questing is, what will be ours???

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