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Australian police dig for 'multiple' baby graves at rural home
Australian police dig for 'multiple' baby graves at rural home

Police in Australia began digging up a rural property on Tuesday searching for what reports said were "multiple babies" in secret graves.

Australian police dig for 'multiple' baby graves at rural home
Afghan president welcomes third child at age of 56
Afghan president welcomes third child at age of 56

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has become a father again at the age of 56 after his wife gave birth to their third child in India.

Afghan president welcomes third child at age of 56
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Not just baby talk: chatting spurs brain development

Baby talk is more than just bonding: chatting with your infant spurs important brain development that sets the stage for lifelong learning.

Not just baby talk: chatting spurs brain development
©Reuters/Enny Nuraheni
Japan sensor will let diaper say baby needs changing

A disposable organic sensor that can be embedded in a diaper and wirelessly let a carer know it needs changing was unveiled by Japanese researchers.

Japan sensor will let diaper say baby needs changing
Zhang Shuxia, an obstetrician involved in baby trafficking, stands trial in Weinan Intermediate People's Court in Weinan, Shaanxi province, December 30, 2013. ©Reuters/China Daily
China doctor guilty of baby trafficking

A Chinese court on Tuesday convicted an obstetrician of abducting newborn babies and gave her a suspended death sentence.

China doctor guilty of baby trafficking
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Woman to give birth to own granddaughter in US

A 58-year-old Utah woman is expecting a baby she is carrying for her daughter, with plans to give birth to her own granddaughter, reports said Friday.

Woman to give birth to own granddaughter in US
©Reuters/Baz Ratner
Vaccine fears in China after hepatitis B scare

Chinese state-run media and Internet users demanded action Wednesday after the deaths of at least seven babies since November following their vaccinations against hepatitis B.

Vaccine fears in China after hepatitis B scare
©Reuters/Brian Snyder
Japanese switched at birth would like to 'roll back clock'

A 60-year-old Japanese man switched at birth says he would like to "roll back the clock", days after winning a lawsuit against the hospital that mistakenly cast him into a life of poverty.

Japanese switched at birth would like to 'roll back clock'
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Kazakhstan to face growing unemployment due to baby boom

The current baby boom in Kazakhstan may entail unemployment after 2020: Vice PM Erbol Orynbayev.

Kazakhstan to face growing unemployment due to baby boom
©Reuters/John Javellana
Baby born to brain dead mother in Hungary

A healthy baby boy was born in eastern Hungary after his brain dead mother was kept alive for about three months to bring him to term, a hospital said Wednesday.

Baby born to brain dead mother in Hungary
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Australia mulls baby seats for air travel

Australia's aviation safety watchdog on Friday said the airline industry could do more to protect children in the air, suggesting the use of child seats similar to those in cars.

Australia mulls baby seats for air travel
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'Zonkey' baby Ippo draws crowds in Florence

An act of love between Martin the zebra and Giada the donkey in the romantic Italian city of Florence has produced a rare "zonkey" baby that is drawing crowds to an unusual exotic animal shelter.

'Zonkey' baby Ippo draws crowds in Florence
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Germany to allow third gender option at birth

Germany on Friday will become the first European country to allow babies born with characteristics of both sexes to be registered as neither male nor female.

Germany to allow third gender option at birth
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Baby's HIV 'cure not a fluke,' US researchers say

A little girl who was treated for HIV shortly after birth still shows no sign of infection at age three, suggesting her apparent cure was not a fluke.

Baby's HIV 'cure not a fluke,' US researchers say
Chubby Prince George shown off at royal christening
Chubby Prince George shown off at royal christening

Britain's baby Prince George was christened in a private ceremony on Wednesday, with his proud parents Prince William and Catherine giving the world a rare glimpse of the chubby three-month-old boy.

Chubby Prince George shown off at royal christening
Prince George. ©Reuters/John Stillwell/Pool
Britain's Prince George gets low-key christening

Britain's Prince George, the son of Prince William and his wife Catherine, is to be christened on Wednesday in a private family ceremony.

Britain's Prince George gets low-key christening
Britain's Kate makes first appearance since royal birth
Britain's Kate makes first appearance since royal birth

Prince William's wife Kate on Friday attended her first public event since giving birth to their son five weeks ago.

Britain's Kate makes first appearance since royal birth
Briton gives birth to biggest baby ever born naturally in Spain
Briton gives birth to biggest baby ever born naturally in Spain

A 40-year-old British woman gave birth Wednesday to the biggest baby ever born naturally in Spain -- a girl weighing 6.2 kilos (13 pounds).

Briton gives birth to biggest baby ever born naturally in Spain
Roona Begum during the surgery. Photo courtesy of tuxboard.com
Indian doctors discharge baby with swollen head

Doctors Friday discharged a one-year-old Indian baby who underwent multiple surgery to correct a rare disorder that caused her head to nearly double in size.

Indian doctors discharge baby with swollen head
British press hails George's 'kingly authority'
British press hails George's 'kingly authority'

Britain's press on Thursday gave their seal of approval to Prince William and his wife Kate's decision to name their newborn baby boy George Alexander Louis, saying it had "kingly authority".

British press hails George's 'kingly authority'