Category: Italy

Adoption in Congo, more than a hundred children still stuck after the mission of Boshi

Source: http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it (Google Translation) In May, the minister went to Africa and helped 31 children to be adopted by 24 Italian families. But the situation remains stationary for another 130 pairs. On September 26, the Congolese government has decided to extend indefinitely barring adoptions because of yet another case of child trafficking by an American family… Read more »

Ecuador accuses Italy: children of immigrants are unfairly removed from unemployed parents

Source: http://www.aibi.it Google translation from Website Amici dei Bambini (friends of Children) – Italian Adoption Agency Date: 14/08/20 Ecuador warned Italy in relation to immigrant children separated from their families and put in educational facilities of our country. To criticize the work of Italians was done by the president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa , who spoke… Read more »

Russia opens criminal case for negligence in adoption docs for child killed in Italy

Source: http://en.itar-tass.comRussia July 20, 13:05 UTC+4 The decision to open a criminal case was taken after the procedural inquiry which had obtained information about possible negligence, which state officials in Amur region © AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda MOSCOW, July 20, /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s far eastern Amur regional legal authorities opened a criminal case over negligence in processing… Read more »

Italians continue to lead in the number of Russian adoptions

Source: http://rapsinews.com © RIA Novosti, Aleksei Naumov 10:01 03/07/2014 MOSCOW, July 3 (RAPSI) – Italians adopted 560 Russian children in 2013, the largest number among foreign countries, Russia’s Supreme Court said in a survey of adoptions by foreign parents or Russians living abroad. Last year, Russian courts approved the adoption of 1,232 of the 1,247 applications… Read more »

US adopts highest number of Indian children

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com Christin Mathew Philip,TNN | Jun 21, 2014, 04.27 AM IST CHENNAI: Most children adopted from India end up in homes in the US, followed by Italy. Data from a reply to an RTI filed by TOI with Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA) shows that 662 children were adopted by Americans between 2010 and 2013…. Read more »

CONGO, THE 31 ADOPTED CHILDREN ARRIVING IN ITALY. MOGHERINI: “HAPPY CONCLUSION OF THE CASE”

Date: 2014-05-27 Source: http://apocalisselaica.net “The case seems to have come to a successful conclusion thanks to all the people who have worked with tireless dedication.” The Minister of Foreign Affairs Federica Mogherini comments on the last developments in the case of 31 children adopted in Democratic Republic of Congo, But now Italian citizens stranded in… Read more »

Italian plane to pick up adopted children blocked in Congo

Source: https://www.ansa.it Renzi tweets approved State plane to airlift adopted kids ROME 26 May 2014 16:25 (ANSA) – Rome, May 26 – Italian Premier Matteo Renzi on Monday approved a State airplane to airlift 31 children adopted by Italian families that have been held up for months in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). “I… Read more »

Philippines: Italian Diplomat Daniele Bosio Arrested for Alleged Child Trafficking

Source: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk Ludovica IaccinoBy Ludovica Iaccino April 7, 2014           Italian envoy to Turkmenistan Daniele Bosio Italian envoy to Turkmenistan Daniele Bosio was arrested in Manila for alleged child trafficking An Italian diplomat has been detained on charges of child trafficking in Manila, capital of Philippines, AP has reported. Daniele Bosio, 46,… Read more »

Mysore: Two orphans, an Italian couple caught in adoption battle

Source: http://m.ibnlive.com WATCH VIDEO Shylaja Varma CNN-IBN | 16-Jan-2014 Bangalore/Mysore: Two brothers, with a tragic past that left them orphaned. They barely remember their how they lost their parents. But today, they dream of a home in Italy. The elder, eight-year-old, hopes to become an engineer, while the younger, six-year-old, dreams of becoming a doctor. But… Read more »