Police in China have rescued 92 children held by a huge trafficking network.
The Xinhua news agency and China State Television said two women were also freed in an operation involving police forces in 11 provinces of the country. A total of 301 suspects were taken into custody
Children in the south-western Yunnan and Sichuan provinces were targetted and sold in other regions.
The BBC reports child-trafficking is a serious problem in China. Critics blame the country's one-child policy and lax adoption laws.
Last year, more than 24,000 abducted women and children were freed, according to the Ministry of Public Security.