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Zika spotlights rare birth defect with a variety of causes

February 4, 2016 WASHINGTON — The Zika virus is putting a spotlight on a potentially devastating birth defect that until now has gotten little public attention. more »»

Principal to Parents on Pickup Run: No PJs

January 26, 2016 LONDON (AP) — The principal of a primary school in northern England wants to impose a dress code — not on students, but on their parents. more »»

Change baby-cam passwords to avoid spying

November 25, 2014 LONDON (AP) — A child playing in Bucheon, South Korea. An empty crib in Absecon, New Jersey. Cattle feeding in Behamberg, Austria. more »»

UK: Public OK with creating babies from 3 people

March 20, 2013 LONDON (AP) — Britain's fertility regulator says it has found broad public support for in vitro fertilization techniques that allow babies to be created with DNA from three people for couples at ris... more »»

Russian parliament passes Russia-US adoption law

July 11, 2012 MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's parliament on Tuesday ratified a long-awaited agreement with the United States regulating the adoption of Russian children by American. more »»

Congolese War Lord May Get 30-Year Sentence

June 13, 2012 AMSTERDAM (AP) — The International Criminal Court prosecutor asked judges Wednesday to hand down a 30-year sentence to a Congolese warlord convicted of conscripting child soldiers — unless he is... more »»

In Germany, 10,000 Easter eggs grace tree

April 4, 2012 SAALFELD, Germany (AP) — You thought Easter eggs don't grow on trees? Check out Volker Kraft's garden in eastern Germany, and think again. more »»

Chinese father punished for formula safety activism

November 10, 2010 BEIJING (AP) — A father who organized a support group for other parents whose children were sickened in one of China's worst food safety scandals was convicted and sentenced Wednesday to two and a... more »»

UN Campaign Promotes Health of Women, Children

September 23, 2010 UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A global campaign that aims to save the lives of 16 million mothers and children over the next five years launched by U.N. more »»

Children forced by Ugandan rebels to kill siblings

August 13, 2010 DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — One of Africa's most vicious rebel groups has killed at least 255 people over the past 18 months in a largely unreported campaign of abductions and massacres in Congo and the... more »»

Sex abuse crisis gives new momentum to Catholic reformers

June 9, 2010 ROME (AP) — The clerical sex abuse crisis is energizing Roman Catholic dissidents who want to open up the priesthood to women and ditch celibacy requirement. more »»

World's refugee orphans seek home in United States

February 22, 2010 HOLLISTON, Mass. (AP) — Hiding from merciless militiamen and trekking through unforgiving mountainous terrain, Madhel Majok escaped the mass slayings and genocide of the Sudan that killed his parents. more »»

Dutch plane sent to pick up adopted Haiti children

January 18, 2010 THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch adoption agencies and the government sent a chartered plane to Haiti on Monday to airlift out more than 100 children who were in the process of being adopted by... more »»

Irish Catholic leaders meet with government officials

June 4, 2009 DUBLIN (AP) — Leaders of 18 Roman Catholic religious orders responsible for the abuse of thousands of Irish children in their care met government leaders Thursday to discuss what more they can... more »»

Thousands beaten, raped in Irish reform schools

May 20, 2009 DUBLIN (AP) — A fiercely debated, long-delayed investigation into Ireland's Roman Catholic-run institutions says priests and nuns terrorized thousands of boys and girls in workhouse-style schools fo... more »»

American couple on trial in Egypt over adoption

May 14, 2009 CAIRO (AP) — An American couple, Iris Botros and Louis Andros, thought they were finally reaching their dream of having a child when they came to Botros' homeland, Egypt, to adopt twin orphans. more »»

Turkish families seek to adopt massacre children

May 11, 2009 ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — A Turkish official says several families have applied to adopt dozens of children who lost their families in an attack on an engagement ceremony that killed 44 people. more »»

France seeks to stop forced marriage, mutilation

April 14, 2009 PARIS (AP) — France's government launched a campaign Tuesday against forced marriages and genital mutilation, seeking to protect women from practices that quietly thrive in immigrant communities the... more »»

idnapped French Girl, 3, Found with Mother in Hungary

April 13, 2009 BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A 3-year-old girl who was kidnapped last month while walking with her father in France has been found in Hungary with her mother, police said Monda. more »»

German police try to determine if they were duped

March 13, 2009 WINNENDEN, Germany (AP) — German police worked with U.S. more »»



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