Yelena Kotova, head of Kolybel Nadezhdy (Cradle of Hope), a non-governmental organization, 

Yelena Kotova, head of Kolybel Nadezhdy (Cradle of Hope), a non-governmental organization, displays a photo of Margarita, a baby girl left in the baby box in Perm, at the opening of a baby box in Kirishi, an industrial town of 50,000 located 100 kilometers (60 miles) east of St. Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. A box in which parents can leave their babies anonymously without any legal risk opened Wednesday in a town in northwestern Russia — part of an effort that activists hope will save many young lives. The baby box in Kirishi is the tenth such facility in Russia. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
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Yelena Kotova, head of Kolybel Nadezhdy (Cradle of Hope), a non-governmental organization, displays a photo of Margarita, a baby girl left in the baby box in Perm, at the opening of a baby box in Kirishi, an industrial town of 50,000 located 100 kilometers (60 miles) east of St. Petersburg, Russia, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. A box in which parents can leave their babies anonymously without any legal risk opened Wednesday in a town in northwestern Russia — part of an effort that activists hope will save many young lives. The baby box in Kirishi is the tenth such facility in Russia. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky)
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