Finnish authorities have denied access rights to a Russian citizen, as they are concerned she might kidnap her son and take him to Russia. Meanwhile, the seven-year-old boy has been taken to an orphanage.
A Moscow woman is attempting to continue the legacy of her dead son by producing grandchildren he will never see. But Russia’s surrogacy law, known as most liberal in Europe, is placing obstacles in the way.
The article titled “Finish it off so it doesn’t suffer,” which calls for the euthanasia of disabled newborn children, has caused public outrage in Russia and has led to fierce debates in the blogging community.
Twelve teenagers from a boarding school in the Russian city of Izhevsk have been hospitalized after they slit their wrists. The children allegedly opened their veins following the order of an older boy.