Adopting a child from overseas wasn’t simple before the Russian ban
Published: December 28, 2012 12:56PM
Updated: December 28, 2012 01:00PM

It’s fair to say that relations between Russia and the United States have not been going well.

<freeform> <script data-options=’{“hide-title”:true,”hide-byline”:true,”hide-footnotes”:true}’ type=”text/javascript” src=”http://cdn.spundge.com/embed/stories/1045/”></script><noscript><h1>Adopting a child from overseas wasn't simple before the Russian ban</h1><h2>Children look on in the Republican Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Ust-Izhora outside St. Petersburg, Russia, in this May 30, 2006 file photo. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)The current situation #Russia children's right comm P Astakhov: "foreign adoption is detrimental, a country as gr8 as Russia shouldnt b selling its children" @AFP — kriszta satori (@fulelo) December 26, 2012 It's fair to say that relations between Russia and the United States have not been going well.There have been disagreements over missile defenses, ...</h2><a href=”http://cdn.spundge.com/stories/1045/embedded/” target=”_blank”>View <em>”Adopting a child from overseas wasn't simple before the Russian ban”</em> on Spundge</a></noscript></freeform>