In this image from video provided by APTN on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013 Natasha Pisarenko answers a question during a lesson at her school in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. A blind Russian high-schooler's impassioned criticism of the ban on adoption by Americans has added a new and compelling voice to the chorus of condemnation of the law. Since her Jan. 6 blog entry complaining about the ban, written as an open letter to President Vladimir Putin, Natasha Pisarenko has attracted the wide attention of Russian media and, she fears, drawn the disapproving notice of authorities.(AP Photo/APTN)

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In this image from video provided by APTN on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013 Natasha Pisarenko answers a question during a lesson at her school in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. A blind Russian high-schooler's impassioned criticism of the ban on adoption by Americans has added a new and compelling voice to the chorus of condemnation of the law. Since her Jan. 6 blog entry complaining about the ban, written as an open letter to President Vladimir Putin, Natasha Pisarenko has attracted the wide attention of Russian media and, she fears, drawn the disapproving notice of authorities.(AP Photo/APTN)
In this image from video provided by APTN on Monday, Jan. 14, 2013 Natasha Pisarenko answers a question during a lesson at her school in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don. A blind Russian high-schooler's impassioned criticism of the ban on adoption by Americans has added a new and compelling voice to the chorus of condemnation of the law. Since her Jan. 6 blog entry complaining about the ban, written as an open letter to President Vladimir Putin, Natasha Pisarenko has attracted the wide attention of Russian media and, she fears, drawn the disapproving notice of authorities.(AP Photo/APTN)
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