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Tuesday, November 05, 2019
A Christian family torn apart in Norway

A Christian family torn apart in Norway

A child welfare court in Norway has awarded custody of three American children who were removed from their parents’ home this year to the state child services agency even though the criminal case against their parents was dropped, the mother told The Christian Post. 

American citizen Natalya Shutakova, who along with her three children moved from Atlanta to just outside of Oslo last year so they could live with their Lithuanian father and husband, said she is heartbroken after a judge in Skien ruled this month in favor of Barnevernet.

Barnevernet is Norway’s controversial child protective services agency, which has received international criticism for removing children from parental custody and placing them up for adoption for arbitrary reasons. This month, the agency lost a high profile child removal case at the European Court of Human Rights. 

Read more at https://www.christianpost.com/news/court-gives-norways-cps-permanent-custody-of-3-american-children-taken-away-from-parents.html

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