Those dreadful, Soviet-era orphanages still exist in Lithuania, thanks in part to that country’s so-called pro-family policies. by Violeta Davoliute At 9 years of age, Lina, not her real name, has lived in a residential school for abandoned children for as long as she can remember. And as far as anyone can predict, she will […]

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