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  • "I am against capitalism and U.S. foreign policies, but we are all united here against this terrible law," Sergei Udaltsov, leader of the Left Front political movement, said of the adoption ban.

    Russians rally to renew U.S. adoptions →

  • "Yes, there are cases when they are abused and killed, but they are rare," said Sergei Udaltsov, who heads a leftist opposition group. "Concrete measures should be taken (to punish those responsible), but our government decided to act differently and sacrifice children's fates for their political ambitions."

    Thousands march in Moscow to protest Russian ban on adoptions by Americans →

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