Bulgarian Roma Sasha Ruseva (L), 35, holds her son Atanas, 2, as she speaks to media outside her house in the town of Nikolaevo, some 280km (173miles) east of Sofia October 24, 2013. DNA tests showed ... more 
Bulgarian Roma Sasha Ruseva (L), 35, holds her son Atanas, 2, as she speaks to media outside her house in the town of Nikolaevo, some 280km (173miles) east of Sofia October 24, 2013. DNA tests showed that Sasha Ruseva and her husband, Atanas Rusev, are the biological parents of a 4-year-old blonde girl found in a Roma camp in Greece last week. Bulgarian prosecutors are investigating whether Ruseva agreed to sell her child in Greece. She denies this, saying she left a 7-month old baby in Greece - where she worked as an olive-picker - in 2009 because she could not look after the child and needed to return to Bulgaria. Picture taken on October 24, 2013. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY) less 
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Fri, Oct 25, 2013 10:51 AM EDT