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Great Britain may Introduce New Sanctions against Russians after Brexit
The UK is creating an EU-independent sanctions mechanism that will take effect after Brexit. In particular, London may introduce new sanctions against Russians suspected of involvement in the violation of human rights.
--23-01-2020--
The Buzz Barometer: 'March Against Scoundrels'
The biggest talk of the town over the past two-three weeks concerning Russia was the so called Dima Yakovlev law, a retaliatory response to the US Magnitsky Act.
--15-01-2013--
The Buzz Barometer: "The losers are the children"
While Russian corporations and individual volunteers are buying gifts and stationary items for orphanages and visiting those in need, the Russian parliament has come up with a Christmas gift of their own.
--22-12-2012--


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EU Police Launch Probe in Magnitsky Case
Financial police of six EU countries have come forward to investigate the laundering of the Russian funds allegedly linked to the Magnitsky case.
--24-02-2013--
Russian Officials May Ban All Foreign Adoptions
The Russian Parliament's lawmakers has developed a bill totally banning foreign adoptions of Russian children except by nationals of the countries, which have bilateral agreements on child adoption with Moscow.
--12-01-2013--
FT Urges EU to Adopt 'Magnitsky' List
The Financial Times has called on the European governments to introduce their own sanctions for Russian officials involved in the death of Sergey Magnitsky.
--04-01-2013--
US Adoption Ban Comes into Force in Russia
A controversial law which in particular bans adoption of Russian children by American families came into force on January 1.
--04-01-2013--
Russian Orphans Stay in Russia
The Russian president has signed the so called Dima Yakovlev bill into law on Friday after it quickly passed both chambers of the Russian parliament on December 21 and December 26, respectively.
--29-12-2012--
Dima Yakovlev Law Reminds of Cold War, Billionaire Prokhorov
Businessman-turned-politician Mikhail Prokhorov slams the Dima Yakovlev law adopted in response to the US Magnitsky Act as a drift towards isolationism.
--29-12-2012--
Magnitsky List Can Be Extended with Russian Lower House Deputies
Over 40,000 people have signed a petition on the White House website urging to supplement the Magnitsky List with Russian parliamentarians, who supported a new law banning US citizens from adopting Russian children.
--24-12-2012--
Moscow Police Detain 30 People at Pickets against US Adoptions Ban
On Wednesday, thirty people were detained near the State Duma as they took part in a picket against legislation that can put an end to the adoption of Russian children by US citizens.
--20-12-2012--
Ban on US Adoptions Passes Second Reading in Duma
A controversial bill that would ban US citizens from adopting Russian children passed in a second reading in the Russia's Lower House.
--20-12-2012--
Russian Lower House to Consider US Citizens Blacklist
Russian State Duma plans to consider the draft law targeting US citizens involved in Human Rights violations - the response to the so-called Magnitsky Act approved by the US Senate last week.
--10-12-2012--





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