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It would cost tens of thousands of dollars, money Simpson and her husband did not have. That has certainly been the case in places like China and India, where couples have used pregnancy screening to abort female fetuses.But in the United States, a different kind of sex selection is taking place: Mothers like Simpson are using expensive reproductive procedures so they can select girls.
The spokesman also said that "Pakistan continues to share intelligence with more than 70 countries" and has lost 75,000 civilians and 6000 soldiers to the scourge of terrorism.
They coined the phrase “family balancing” to make sex selection more palatable.
They marketed their clinics by giving away free promotional DVDs and setting up slick websites.
Desperate for a baby girl, Simpson and her husband drove four hours to a fertility clinic in Michigan.
Gender selection is illegal in Canada, which is why the couple turned to the United States.
Simpson and her husband talked about getting an abortion, but she decided to continue with the pregnancy.
In the meantime, she looked for a way to absolutely guarantee that her next child would be the daughter she had always dreamed about.Pakistan said on Friday that it had killed more than 17,600 militants in counter-terrorism operations started after the 9/11 terror attacks and destroyed their training camps in the restive tribal region bordering Afghanistan.ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Friday that it had killed more than 17,600 militants in counter-terrorism operations started after the 9/11 terror attacks and destroyed their training camps in the restive tribal region bordering Afghanistan.Foreign Office spokesman Mohammad Faisal said at the weekly briefing that Pakistan had also cleared more than 46,000 km of land from terrorists."Counter-terrorism operations within Pakistan have cleared 46,378 km of land and eliminated 17,614 terrorists, ensuring that our soil is not used against any other territory; we expect the same from our neighbours," he said.He said Pakistan was keen to assist the Afghan government while highlighting that on the southern side of the border, "a stretch of 648 km has no check post on the Afghan side".