The 'adopted' girl in the Greek Roma camp: Mystery drives hopes, fears of backlash (+video)

Police took 'Maria' during a raid of Roma camp. Parents of abducted children are watching the case with interest, though some Roma warn against rushing to judge their embattled community. 

By , Staff writer

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    A poster of a girl, found living with a Roma couple in central Greece, is seen today in the Athens office of the "Smile of the Child" charity which is taking care of the child as police search for her biological parents. A Roma couple is accused of abducting the girl, known as 'Maria,' whom DNA tests show is not the couple's biological child.
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