RUSSIA-US-CHILDREN-ADOPTION : Nieuwsfoto's

RUSSIA-US-CHILDREN-ADOPTION

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ALEXANDER NEMENOV / Staf
A picture taken on March 2, 2013, shows people rallying in Moscow with the portraits of the Russian children who died in USA after being adopted there. The signs under the portraits read (L-R): Maxim Kuzmin, Dima Yakovlev. Thousands of people, including activists from pro-Kremlin children's advocacy groups, marched that day through Moscow urging authorities to ban all foreign adoptions. Russia said today it was seriously concerned by a US decision not to prosecute the adoptive parents of a Russian boy, Max Shatto -- born Maxim Kuzmin, whose January death has sparked a diplomatic row between the two countries. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOV (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture taken on March 2, 2013, shows people rallying in Moscow with the portraits of the Russian children who died in USA after being adopted there. The signs under the portraits read (L-R): Maxim Kuzmin, Dima Yakovlev. Thousands of people, including activists from pro-Kremlin children's advocacy groups, marched that day through Moscow urging authorities to ban all foreign adoptions. Russia said today it was seriously concerned by a US decision not to prosecute the adoptive parents of a Russian boy, Max Shatto -- born Maxim Kuzmin, whose January death has sparked a diplomatic row between the two countries. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOV (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images)
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Naam materiaal:
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A picture taken on March 2 shows people rallying in Moscow with the... Nieuwsfoto's 163996691Diplomatie,Dood,Kind,Mensen,Moskou,Politiek,Portret,Rusland,Tonen,Verenigde Staten,VerticaalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA picture taken on March 2, 2013, shows people rallying in Moscow with the portraits of the Russian children who died in USA after being adopted there. The signs under the portraits read (L-R): Maxim Kuzmin, Dima Yakovlev. Thousands of people, including activists from pro-Kremlin children's advocacy groups, marched that day through Moscow urging authorities to ban all foreign adoptions. Russia said today it was seriously concerned by a US decision not to prosecute the adoptive parents of a Russian boy, Max Shatto -- born Maxim Kuzmin, whose January death has sparked a diplomatic row between the two countries. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOV (Photo credit should read ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images)