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BANGLADESH
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April 18, 2007 
A mother gives her son a drink of water as she waits to buy rice in Dhaka April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
A mother gives her son a drink of water as she waits to buy rice in Dhaka 
A mother gives her son a drink of water as she waits to buy rice in Dhaka April 18, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH) 
MIDEAST BABY
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November 25, 2003 
Ala Edin Ayad looks at his newborn son Ala, seen in this November 25,
2003 file picture, who was born... 
Bethlehem 
ALA EDIN AYAD LOOKS AT HIS NEWBORN SON ALA IN THE AIDA REFUGEE CAMP
NEAR BETHLEHEM. 
Ala Edin Ayad looks at his newborn son Ala, seen in this November 25,
2003 file picture, who was born with a large birthmark across his cheek
that roughly forms in Arabic letters the first name of his uncle, Ala,
a wanted Hamas militant (seen in the picture in the back) killed by
Israel troops eight month ago.The baby is drawing crowds by the
thousands thronging to the Aida refugee camp for a glimpse of the
two-week-old infant many are calling a miracle baby. REUTERS/Magnus
Johansson REUTERS

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MIDEAST BABY
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November 25, 2003 
Ala Edin Ayad kisses his newborn son Ala, seen in this November 25, 2003
file picture, who was born... 
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories 
ALA EDIN AYAD KISSES HIS NEWBORN SON ALA IN THE AIDA REFUGEE CAMP
NEAR BETHLEHEM. 
Ala Edin Ayad kisses his newborn son Ala, seen in this November 25, 2003
file picture, who was born with a large birthmark across his cheek that
roughly forms in Arabic letters the first name of his uncle, Ala, a wanted
Hamas militant killed by Israel troops eight month ago.The baby is drawing
crowds by the thousands thronging to the Aida refugee camp for a glimpse of
the two-week-old infant many are calling a miracle baby. REUTERS/Magnus
Johansson REUTERS Pictures of the month November 2003

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BRITAIN
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November 16, 1998 
Brenda Edwards (L), the mother of Helen Edwards who was left blind and brain damaged after a routine... 
London, UK 
BRENDA AND RODGER EDWARDS LEAVE COURT AFTER DAMAGES SETTLEMENT. 
Brenda Edwards (L), the mother of Helen Edwards who was left blind and brain damaged after a routine surgical operation to remove a birthmark, leaves the High Court with her husband Rodger Edwards November 16. Helen Edwards, now a teenager, was awarded 3.9 million pounds sterling ($6.25 million) in damages.

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