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OSLO, July 5 (Itar-Tass) - A Norwegian court on Friday ruled to return the children to their Russian mother Tatiana Bendikene and her Lithuanian husband Roberts Bendikas, their lawyer told Itar-Tass.
The three girls who have Russian citizenship will return to the family within days.
The Bendikas daughters, 13-year-old Evelina, five-year-old Emilia, and three-year-old Elisa were temporarily placed in a foster family in early March 2013 following reports to local childcare agencies about alleged violence in the family.