Orphans Cheated by their Foster Parents


Julia had to grow up with foster parents. What she didn’t know was that her foster parents had rented out the apartment, which she had inherited from her grandmother, and put the rent money in their own pocket.
Julia’s story is one example of children in custody whose rights are violated. Even if authorities want to ... Read More »

Bribery on the Way to the Grave?


”I’m 89 years old, and I don’t want to be cut up after I’m gone,” Yekaterina Geraskina said to reporter Elena Nikolaeva. ”I want to be buried as I am when I pass. Can you tell me who came up with this nonsense?»
The ’nonsense’ is that since April 2013, every person who dies in the ... Read More »

When Volkhov roars


Every year in the spring time, the river of Volkhov in Russia’s Novgorod region overflows. This causes significant property losses for the state and inhabitants of surrounding towns and villages.
The nature could and should be tamed, but it requires constant renewal of the hydraulic structure on the territory of region and its neighbors. Existing allocation ... Read More »


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