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Greece / Mystery Girl / Parents' Interview #1053861

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Report introduced.

(Kansas City: George Howell) The mystery over the little blonde girl, Maria, found in a gypsy camp in Greece featured; photos and video of the girl, who may have been abducted; details given about the Roma and the disappearance of American Lisa Irwin†† two years ago. [Smile of the Child charity Panagiotis PARDALIS†-- talks about the girl's neglected condition.] [Lisa's mother Deborah BAILEY†- comments.] A DNA test to determine if "Maria" is Lisa Irwin and another case of a girl in Ireland living with a Roma family discussed.

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The age-progressed image of Lisa Irwin and other photos shown. [In interview, from Kansas City, BAILEY, Lisa's father Jeremy IRWIN - talk about the girl in Greece and Lisa and a similarity between the two.]

Gupta, Sanjay;
Howell, George

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