Two women caught with fake travel documents at Hania Airport

6 August 2016
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Police at Hania Airport on the island of Crete arrested two Iranian women, aged 33 and 40, on forgery charges on Saturday.

Initial reports suggested that both the 40-year-old, who was accompanied by her young son, and the 33-year-old, who was with her daughter, also a minor, presented fake travel documents in an attempt to board a plane for Dusseldorf in Germany.

The women were due to face a local prosecutor later in the day.

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