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Mother appeals for 'abducted' sons' return

19 February 2014 Last updated at 16:32 GMT

A north London mother, who won a landmark ruling to get her children back from Russia after they were abducted by their father, has appealed for their return.

Rachael Neustadt, from Hendon, says Ilya Neustadt took their two sons on holiday in December 2012 but never returned.

In November a court in Russia ruled that Daniel and Jonathan had been illegally kept in the country and should be flown back to the UK, but Mr Neustadt and the two boys have not been seen since then.

BBC London's Yvonne Hall spoke to Ms Neustadt and Lady Catherine Meyer from the charity PACT (Parents and Abducted Children Together).

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