A couple are presenting their case in court after a young girl was discovered at a Roma camp in Greece.
A dental examination has revealed the girl, known as "Maria", is aged between five and six years old.
ITV News reporter Lewis Vaughan Jones is outside the court in Larissa, where the couple are giving evidence:
The Greek charity taking care of the girl known as Maria said the result of a dental examination shows she is between five and six years old.
Reports here are that the "father" has finished giving his side of the story at court. Prosecutors will now be hearing from Maria's "mother".
The Greek charity taking care of the four-year-old girl known as Maria said she is well but will remain in hospital until a medical examination is completed.
The Smile of a Child charity said the girl, who was recovered from a Roma camp site in Greece "will soon be in one of our homes".
"We want to thank you all for your messages, calls and the information you have given us," the charity said in a statement.
"We would also like to thank you for the greetings and words of support to little Maria," it added.
The leader of the local Roma community where four-year-old blonde girl, known as Maria, was found said children are have not been bought and sold in his town.
Community president Babis Dimitriou said: "No such thing has happened in our community.
"Is the woman who found the child at fault? She should have gone to the police [and say] 'the Bulgarian abandoned the child with me and got up and left.'"
Media are not allowed inside the court where the "parents" of Maria are presenting their case to prosecutors.
I'm outside the courthouse in Greece where the "parents" of little Maria are putting their case forward.
The mother of Ben Needham, speaking exclusively to Calendar, said she wants the Greek authorities to investigate the case of Maria, a four-year-old girl recovered from a Roma camp, to see if there are any connections to the disappearance of her son 22 years ago.
Ms Needham and her family believe Ben was abducted, possibly by people from the Roma community, from Kos in July 1991.
Ben's mother was told the Greek authorities never believed a blonde European child could be harboured in a Roma camp without anyone knowing, but the discovery of Maria disproves that theory, according to Ms Needham.
She spoke to us via Skype while on holiday abroad.
Greek media are reporting that Maria's DNA is being compared with DNA samples from people in seven other countries.
More than 5,000 calls have been made to a Greek charity after an international appeal was made in a bid to discover the identity of a four-year-old girl, known as Maria, who was recovered from a Roma camp in Greece.
The welfare charity Smile of the Child, who is caring for the little girl at one of its homes, has received thousands of calls since Friday.