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Woman Offers To Submit DNA In 'Maria' Case

By DMO Affiliate
A Roma woman in Bulgaria said Thursday that police have questioned her about whether she is the mother of a girl found living with an unrelated couple in Greece, and that she is willing to do a DNA test and take the child back if she is proved to be hers. The search apparently led to central Bulgaria, where police tracked down 38-year-old Sasha Ruseva in the town of Nikolaevo. Speaking to Bulgarian TV, Ruseva said that she gave birth to a girl while working in Greece "several years ago," but that she had to leave the child because she didn't have enough money to take her home.
Woman Offers To Submit DNA In 'Maria' Case

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