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21 Nov
Lawyers said two couples gave birth to each other's babies after a fertility clinic mix-up. The couples swapped the children months later after the results of a DNA test were revealed.
5 Sep
Sri Lanka's main elephant orphanage recorded a rare twin birth Tuesday as a 25-year-old named Surangi delivered healthy male calves, the first elephant twins born in captivity in the country for 80 years. Official records show there are about 200 domesticated elephants in the island country and an estimated 7,500 in the wild.
27 Aug
A baby dolphin is rescued by coast guards on the Italian island of Sardinia after getting trapped in a nylon net.
2 Aug
Huan Huan, a giant panda on loan to France, gives birth to twin cubs in a zoo. Panda reproduction, both in captivity and the wild, is known for being a difficult task.
30 Jul
A baby Sumatran orangutan clings to its mother Tana at Israel's Ramat Gan Safari Park zoo. The baby was born on the 10th of July, 11 years after its father Rachamim.
18 Jul
A baby boy hippopotamus was born at the Guadalajara Zoo in Mexico. Weighing at 30 kilos, he spends his day swimming and lounging in the sun with his mother Tami.
6 Jul
Gunmen kidnap staff and baby from northwest Nigerian hospital
6 Jun
Suspected Islamist militants killed at least 22 civilians with knives and machetes in an overnight raid on villages near the town of Beni in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a local official said on Wednesday.
31 May
Amid the senseless bloody massacre going on in the Republic of Congo, one baby has survived an attack on a village northeast of the country. The four-month-old was found by villagers and security men on the back of one of the victims of the overnight raid.
9 Jan
In today's show we hear from Vanessa Kirby who won the best actress prize at the Venice Film festival for her portrayal of grief in Kornél Mundruczó's "Pieces of a Woman". The film is out on Netflix this week. We also take a trip to Chantilly Castle just outside Paris to see how they are coping with Covid-19 restrictions. Plus we look back at Mick Jagger's career as we focus on all that's Great in Great Britain during this period of Brexit and new lockdowns.
30 Nov 2020
AugustSecrets was born out of necessity when Oluwatoyin Onigbanjo had her child, Jaden, outside her country, Nigeria. Upon returning, she bought all available infant meals only for her baby to keep rejecting them. It was a frustrating experience for a first-time mother. Since she couldn’t watch him starve to death, she began the journey into looking into alternatives, it was in the process of searching she found solace in African and Nigerian foodstuffs.
15 Sep 2020
A woman whose baby weighed 600 grams at 24 weeks old is filled with joy as her baby now weighs 1.4kg after medical intervention.

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