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DURATION: 00:50-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:AP PHOTOS - AP CLIENTS ONLYMoscow - Dec. 27, 20121. Still of Russian President Vladimir Putin seated at a table. AP Television - AP Clients onlyMoscow - Dec. 26, 20122. Various of protestors being detained by policeAP Photos - AP Clients onlyMoscow - Dec. 27, 20123. Still of Putin on a television screen hanging on a wall.AP Television - AP Clients onlyWashington - Dec. 26, 20124. Set-up shot of Steven Pifer, Foreign Policy Fellow, Brookings Institution5.SOUNDBITE: Steven Pifer, Foreign Policy Fellow, Brookings InstitutionTheir parliament has said there have been 19 cases where Russian children adopted by Americans have died. Each one of those is a tragedy, but it's 19 cases out of 60 thousand.AP TELEVISION - AP Clients OnlyMoscow - Dec. 26., 20126. Various of Russian Parliament voting on Russian adoption bill.AP Photos - AP Clients onlyMoscow - Dec. 27, 20127. Still of PutinVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN ANNOUNCED THURSDAY HE WOULD SIGN A CONTROVERSIAL BILL BANNING AMERICANS FROM ADOPTING RUSSIAN CHILDREN. THE BILL HAS SPARKED PROTESTS IN MOSCOW SINCE THE RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT ENDORSED THE BAN WEDNESDAY. PUTIN SAYS AMERICAN AUTHORITIES DENY ACCESS TO ADOPTED RUSSIAN CHILDREN BY LETTING U-S CITIZENS SUSPECTED OF VIOLENCE AGAINST ADOPTEES GO UNPUNISHED. BUT A FOREIGN POLICY EXPERT AT THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION DISAGREES. Soundbite: Steven Pifer/ Fellow Brookings InstitutionTheir parliament has said there have been 19 cases where Russian children adopted by Americans have died. Each one of those is a tragedy, but it's 19 cases out of 60 thousand.CRITICS SAY THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT APPEARS TO BE RETALIATING AGAINST RECENTLY PASSED AMERICAN SANCTIONS AGAINST HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS. PUTIN COULD SIGN THE BILL INTO LAW IN THE COMING WEEKS. SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press