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Greek riot police have stormed the headquarters of shuttered public broadcaster ERT, which former employees had been occupying after it was suddenly closed down in June as part of government cost-cutting measures.
Following prosecutors' orders, police entered the building in the early hours of Thursday and removed the former employees inside.
Since the June closure, the former workers, who refused to accept the shutdown, have been broadcasting online from the headquarters. Banners hanging outside the building have been calling for resistance.
Messages urging support for the demonstrators were posted on social media and the website the former employees have been broadcasting from. Some of the posts referred to the storming of the building as an "invasion against democracy."
Elinda Labropoulou reports on the eviction of the staff of shuttered Greek broadcaster ERT following a 5-month occupation.
The girl known only as Maria was discovered on a Roma camp and taken into authorities care in Greece only for a woman in to come forward from Bulgaria to claim the child as her own.
CNN's Karl Penhaul reports from Bulgaria, where the investigation into the parentage of "Maria" has made some progress.
The case of Maria, the young girl who turned up in Greece, has stunned the world, but she is not alone.
Jo Youle, CEO of Missing People, tells Becky about the 250,000 children that are reported missing yearly in Europe.