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Posted at 6:37 AM ET, 11/23/2010

Mother claims terrorism to stall daughter's marriage

By Washington Post Editors

A Russian mother told authorities her daughter was a suicide bomber to stop her from flying to wed a Moroccan man, according to this report:

Meanwhile, police traced the fraudulent call to the city of Yaroslavl, where the 56-year-old mother was arrested at home and charged as a "telephone terrorist," according to Itar-Tass.
"Her daughter recently fell in love with a Moroccan citizen and was planning to get married to him and move to Morocco," a police spokesman told RIA Novisti news agency, before concluding with the understatement of the year: "The woman was against the marriage and did not want her daughter to leave the country."

Read more of this story on the New York Daily News web site.


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By Washington Post Editors  | November 23, 2010; 6:37 AM ET
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