Chinese mom and baby found dead in Greek city

By Stefan Van Assche, March 27, 2014

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A young Chinese woman and her four month old baby boy were found dead in the yard of her apartment block in Serres, Greece, after seemingly having fallen from the building’s terrace, according to local police.

The bodies were discovered by a neighbour early Wednesday morning near her flat in Serres, a Greek city some 570 km (356 miles) from Athens, where the 22 year old woman had been living for the past four years with her husband and two children, a three year old girl and the baby boy.

Details have not been revealed yet, but police sources told Xinhua that the mother and child apparently fell from the building’s terrace. They added that the mother was suffering from postnatal depression and may have committed suicide.

The woman’s husband, a 22 year old Chinese national, is currently giving testimony. He reportedly told police he was asleep at the time of the incident.

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