Pavel Astakhov, Russian President's Ombudsman for Children's ...
Apr 19th, 2010
(Reuters) - Pavel Astakhov, Russian President's Ombudsman for Children's Rights, talks to the media in Moscow April 19, 2010. Astakhov, said last Friday he hoped to quickly place an adopted boy into foster care one week after he was sent home alone from the United States, sparking a halt to all U.S. adoptions by Russia. Artyom Savelyev, who celebrated his eighth birthday on Friday in a Moscow hospital where he is under observation, arrived by airplane with a letter from his U.S. mother asking for his adoption to be annulled on the grounds he was mentally unstable, triggering a furious reaction in Russia. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY PROFILE) -
Children may develop anxiety, especially about going to school, after hearing the news that children in Moore, Okla., died when a powerful tornado struck schools, experts say. (Source: LiveScience.com)... [Full Article]