Photos of the missing in 2004:
Yevgeny Beznosov, 36 years old, disappeared on January 1 in Moscow.
Mikhail Vasilyevich Zakhmatov, 80 years old, disappeared on January 1 in the Shushenskoye settlement of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
Alexander Kokorev (23 years old) and Vladimir Dubas (17 years old), disappeared on January 1 in the village of Tuchkovo, Ruzsky district, Moscow Region; important witnesses in the criminal case.
Olga Popova, January 3, was missing on her way to work.
Julia Ioshpe, on January, 3rd was gone in Rostov-on-Don.
Olga Novozvantseva is looking for her son: Nikolai Novozvantsev, born in 1971, left for Saratov on March 30, 2004, but he did not get home.
Lyudmila Bobrova is looking for her father: Dmitry Alekseevich Duzhkin, born in 1927, died on May 24, 2004 in the city of Gai, Orenburg region.
The family is looking for a son: Sergey Sergeevich Chuburkov, born in 1981, drove out by car Peugeot-307 from Prechistenka to Kutuzovsky Prospect and disappeared (Moscow) on the night of 23 to 24 May 2004.
Oleg Petrovich Popov is looking for a wife: Olga Vladimirovna Popova, born in 1981, left for work in Smolensk on January 3, 2004, last time she called on February 3; according to the mobile operator, all calls were made from Moscow; Olga's video-writing to her husband: the woman is alive and well, but she was in a difficult situation, by the general decision the meeting will take place behind the scenes.
Nikolai Vasilyevich Danilenko is looking for his son: Vladimir Vladimirovich Avramenko, born on 1982, January 10, 2004 went to Moscow for construction, at the end of February sent a letter from Ulyanovsk without a return address; meeting with his son in the studio.
Petr Krivogub searches for his son: Vitaly Petrovich Krivogub, date of birth 26.10.1983, disappeared on December 25, 2003 on the territory of the Kiev Polytechnic Institute after classes.
Dmitry Khrapko is looking for a friend: Irina Taskaeva, born in 1990, met in Turkey in June 2004.
Lydia Gaisanova from Ingushetia is looking for a doctor: Anna Vasilievna Leshchenko, worked at a children's diagnostic center in Moscow, treated Lydia's son for 6 years, last saw her in a survey in February 2004, then left.
Vladimir Yeghishevich Martirosyan is looking for a daughter: Raisa Vladimirovna Martirosyan, was born in Kremenchug, married and left with her husband to Bulgaria, the last time she came to visit in 1973; videotapes of Raisa; a meeting of the family in the studio and the acquaintance of Raisa with his brother on the father.
Shooting in the center of Moscow: women from Voronezh and Belgorod received permission to rally and ask for help from anyone who can see them.
Antonina Perfilieva is looking for a daughter: Zhanna Borisovna Perfilyeva, born in 1976, disappeared on August 1, 1996 on her way to work.
Galina Maslova is looking for a daughter: Oksana Ivanovna Maslova, born in 1976, disappeared in Belgorod in 1998, after finding a job after graduating from the institute.
Nadezhda Cherkasova is looking for a daughter: Galina Viktorovna Cherkasova, born 1977, died on October 5, 1999 on her way to work.
A mother from Voronezh is looking for a daughter: Alla Mitrofanovna Poskakova, date of birth 06.06.1971, disappeared on June 21, 1998 with her friend after she stopped the car to get home; driver Sergei Mirovich Halin, has been engaged in overnight driving for 16 years.
The problem of the disappearance of women and girls, says the witness Lyubov Andreeva, who is looking for the missing sister Vera Nikolaevna Andreeva.
On January 25, 2003 they were offered to work as sellers of newspapers; After consulting with her mother, the girls agreed to go to Buzuluk.
When they drove up to Samara, the sisters guessed that they were not being taken there at all.
The women sitting in the car told them that they were being taken to Moscow to engage in prostitution and that they had been sold.
The next day they already went to work.
The first was sent to Faith; when later Lyuba came to the same place, her sisters were not there.
Four months later Lyuba managed to escape, she took the bus to the station, got home on the road.
Video from Moldova about the Grabowski family.
Father Cyril, mother Natalia, the children of Domnik, Peter and Ivan lived in the village of Kazaneshty until 1947.
In 1946, the famine and mass exodus of the population to Romania and Ukraine began in the south of Moldova.
When the youngest son Ivan died, the Grabowski also left, reached Chernivtsi, where his father was able to put the family in the car, and he broke himself and fell under the train, his wife and children thought that he was dead.
In Stanislav (Ivano-Frankivsk) Natalia decided to sell the last things, left the children at the station and went to the market, ordering her to wait, but Peter did not listen and followed her, eventually lost.
For three days Natalia lived at the station, trying to find her son, then the police forced her to leave, promising that if Peter was found, he would be sent home to Kazanesti.
Natalia died on the way back; Domnika buried her mother and returned to the village.
Suddenly his father came back, so he learned that only one older daughter was left from the whole family.
All these years Domnika hopes to find Peter or get some information about him.
Mikhail Vasilyevich Shepelev is looking for Nicholas's nephew and sister Anna Vasilievna Shepelev, address: Moscow region, Kolomna, Dzerzhinsky street, house 8/1, apartment 16, room 5.
Tatyana Vladimirovna Denisenko (Barbashina) is looking for relatives on the line of my grandmother Maria Ilinichna Dolnikova and her first love: Christoforidis Takis from Greece, who met in Tashkent.
Vera Bryantseva is looking for her son: Alexei Bryantsev, he graduated from the Berezovsky Agricultural Technical College, disappeared on 11 June 2004 in the village of Ramon, Voronezh Region, 9 days later, a classmate saw him in Voronezh.
Artem Korolev is looking for Anna Naryshkin, whom he met at the Moscow School-Exercise No. 346 on exams on June 1 and 8, 2004; meeting with Anna in the studio.
Locations: Moscow  Moldova  Bulgaria