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Newborn lion triplets unveiled to public in Germany
Newborn lion triplets at an animal park in western Germany were unveiled to the public and named on Monday. The cubs at Gelsenkirchen Zoo are all female and their names are Jamila, Kumani and Malaika.
France to offer free contraception benefits to women under 26
France to offer free contraception benefits to women aged under 26, says Health Minister Olivier Veran.
Sri Lanka reports rare birth of elephant twins
Sri Lanka's main elephant orphanage recorded a rare twin birth Tuesday as a 25-year-old named Surangi delivered healthy male calves.
Pope calls for incentives to boost Italy's ailing birth rate
The Supreme Pontiff called on the Italian government to create new opportunities for young people after the population shrank by more than 350,000 last year. But he's not the only religious leader making a case for increased fertility...
More twins born than ever before amid rise in fertility treatments
Rates of twin births have more than doubled in Europe over the past 30 years and soared by 71 per cent in North America, according to research by the University of Oxford.
EU nations must provide midwifery care for home births | View
Throughout Central and Eastern Europe, institutional mechanisms are still being used to hamper midwifery practice, creating conditions where midwifery is possible in theory but not in practice.
Why should you eat your placenta? A vegan mum-of-three explains
Human placenta is legally classified as a food - this British doula tell us why it's suitable for vegans.
France's life expectancy falls because of COVID pandemic, data reveals
France's life expectancy at birth dropped by six months for men and five months for women in 2020 compared to the previous year.
Debunked: Dead voters’ ballots not evidence of major election fraud
Social media users have falsely claimed that US citizens cast extra votes using the identities of dead people in key swing states. Experts have told Euronews that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
Red Panda is born for the first time in nine years at the Berlin Zoo
For the first time in nine years, a rare red panda was born at Berlin's Tierpark Zoo.
Rare Amur leopard cubs venture out for the first time at San Diego Zoo
A pair of rare Amur leopard cubs are exploring their outdoor habitat for the first time at the recently reopened San Diego Zoo.
Coronavirus: Wary of hospitals, expecting parents opt for home births
Many hospitals are not allowing partners to attend the birth of their child.
Czech baby delivered after brain-dead mother kept alive for 117 days
Eliska was born on August 15. Her mother, 27, was declared brain dead on April 21.
Berlin zoo celebrates the birth of two panda cubs
A zoo in Berlin celebrated the arrival of two panda cubs, the first time one of the rare mammals has given birth in Germany.
Tiny trio of rock hyrax pups born at Chester Zoo
Chester Zoo has welcomed the arrival of three rock hyrax pups.
Norwegian women demonstrate against closure of birthing centres
Several hundred women dressed in bunad (Norwegian traditional clothes) took to the streets in Oslo to protest against the closure of several small birthing centres around the country.
'Drunk' baby born in Lithuania
A woman in Lithuania gave birth to a baby girl with more alcohol in her system than it would take to seriously threaten the health of an adult
March for Life: Thousands of Paris protesters rally against abortion
Protesters in Paris have called on doctors to use their "conscientious objection" and stop performing abortions.
Watch: Three rare white tigers born in Crimea
Just a week old, the Bengal cubs, two males and one female, are just starting to open their eyes
C-section births almost double to more than 20 percent worldwide
The rates of caesarean section births almost doubled between 2000 and 2015 – from 12 to 21 percent worldwide - new research has found.
First evidence of air pollution particles reaching mothers' placentas
"Until now, there has been very little evidence that inhaled particles get into the blood from the lung."
Where in Europe is surrogacy legal?
Couples in Europe are dodging surrogacy bans at home by spending large sums of money abroad in their bid to have a baby.
Spanish families stranded in Ukraine with their surrogate babies
Dozens of Spanish families who have had children via surrogate mothers in Ukraine are being blocked from returning home, with the Spanish government citing issues of medical malpractice and human trafficking in the industry.
New Zealand PM gives birth to baby girl
Jacinda Ardern in only the second elected leader in recent times to give birth while in office
Woman gives birth to baby at Paris train station
The baby gets to ride free on the entire RATP network until his 25th birthday.
World Cup teams with the most foreign-born players
Here is a guide to which players were born in countries other than the ones for which they play at the World Cup.