Saturday 2nd March, 2013
Russia’s foreign ministry has expressed concern after US authorities ruled the death of an adopted three-year-old boy was an accident.
Max Shatto, adopted from a Russian orphanage, died on 21 January, shortly after a Russian ban on US adoptions.
Four Texas doctors reviewing the case found that bruises on his body were self-inflicted, officials said, adding the investigation was continuing.
Thousands of marchers in Moscow called for a halt to all foreign adoptions.
Police put the number of protesters in the centre of the city at 12,000, Russian media reported.
The rally on Saturday, involving pro-Kremlin activists, came two months after tens of thousands of people joined a demonstration against the ban on US adoptions of Russian orphans.
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