Russian adoption ban: One year later

www.csmonitor.com Published: January 19, 2014
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A year after Russia imposed a ban on adoptions by Americans, some affected US families are reluctantly looking elsewhere to adopt. Others refuse to abandon flickering hopes of uniting with the Russian children who won their hearts.



Thirty-three of the families have filed appeals with the European Court of Human Rights, contending that the ban violates the rights of the orphans whose adoptions were thwarted. But there's no tight time frame for the case, and even a favorable ruling might be unenforceable if Russia objects.

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