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A baby girl born in Hong Kong appeared to have a growth of some kind in her left side, but doctors soon discovered the growth contained what could be "absorbed" siblings.
The nearly 9-pound baby girl had a rare condition called fetus-in-fetu, which happens when a partially developed fetus becomes incorporated into a normally developing fetus (its twin) in the womb.
The mass was between the girl's liver and left kidney, and it included two partially formed fetus-like structures, one weighing half an ounce and the other weighing a third of an ounce.
Each structure included a spine, intestines, bones with bone marrow, "primitive" brain matter, a rib cage and an umbilical cord, according to the study.
Judging by the body parts they found in the baby girl, the doctors determined that the absorbed twins could have been up to 10 weeks old before their growth stopped and they were absorbed. The authors suggested that perhaps these structures may have been a teratoma, a kind of tumor containing different types of tissue that is usually seen in women of reproductive age, rather than absorbed identical siblings.
To better understand them, she said doctors would have to pick them up at the beginning of pregnancy, but the fetuses and the masses are too little to see. The Hong Kong baby underwent surgery to have the masses removed, according to the researchers. A 9-pound baby girl, born in Hong Kong, was born with an abnormal growth upon her left side, leading medical professionals to investigate cause. According to WGN TV News, the last reported instance of fetus-in-fetu was reported in November of 2010 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Each of the fetuses did contain a brain, although the brain matter was considered primitive in nature. Some physicians believe the twin fetuses are no more than a teratoma, or tumor, that contained different types of tissues.
If the growths would have been discovered within the first five weeks of gestation, the conditions and circumstances leading to the fetus-in-fetu may have been more clearly defined. The baby girl that was born pregnant with the twins is reported to be recovering without worry of further complications. The Twitter and Pinterest accounts of the Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg were taken over by the hackers in recent days, it has been reported. According to a person familiar with the matter, the password of Zuckerberg had apparently appeared last month in a database of more than 100 million usernames and passwords stolen in 2012 from LinkedIn Corp. The person further added that Zuckerberg appears to have reused the same password he used in his linkedIn account to log into Twitter and Pinterest, llowing hackers to take over those accounts.
A collective that calls itself OurMine boasted that it had broken into a handful of his social media accounts, including LinkedIn, Twitter, and Pinterest.
However, Facebook has said in a statement that Zuckerberg’s Facebook and Instagram accounts had not been breached. At least 11 people were killed in a car bomb attack in Istanbul city of Turkey earlier today, Turkish officials said. The incident took place near a central tourist district in Istanbul after a parked car was detonated near a police vehicle.
Governor Vasip Sahin in a televised statement said seven of the dead were police officers and at least 36 others were wounded. This comes as Istanbul has been on high alert after two suicide attacks earlier this year that were attributed to the Islamic State. According to reports, the Kurdish militants belonging to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party has also claimed responsibility behind such attacks targeting the security forces.
The party has carried out an insurgency against the Turkish state for more than three decades and has intensified attacks against Turkish security forces since the breakdown of a fragile peace process last July. The American boxing legend Muhammad Ali has died at the age of 74 in a US hospital, sources close to his family have said. According to the local NBC News, Ali died Friday at a Phoenix-area hospital, where he had spent the past few days being treated for respiratory complications. The report further added that Ali had suffered for three decades from Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive neurological condition that slowly robbed him of both his legendary verbal grace and his physical dexterity.
Earlier reports emerged that Ali was close to death as he was hospitalized this week for a respiratory ailment with a source close to his family saying Ali is ‘extraordinary grave. He was previously hospitalized for several days in December 2014 and January 2015 after suffering a severe urinary tract infection initially thought to be pneumonia. Although weakened by illness, Ali has continued to loom large on national stage as he recently waded into the nation’s political fight after GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump suggested banning all Muslims from entering the U.S. The American boxing legend and former world heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali was close to death in a Phoenix-area hospital on Friday, it has been reported. Sources close to his family have said Ali was hospitalized this week for a respiratory ailment.
Family spokesman Bob Gunnell has said that Ali, 74, was in fair condition, but media reports have said he was in rapidly failing health.
However, another source has said the health condition of Ali is ‘extraordinary grave. The 74-year-old has reportedly suffered from Parkinson’s disease for more than three decades and has kept a low profile in recent years.
One of Indian’s most popular actor and comedian Razzak Khan has passed away reportedly due to a massive heart attack in the early hours of Wednesday morning. According to reports, Khan was declared dead on arrival to hospital in Bandra following the heart attack at 12:30 am. He is popularly known for his role of Manikchand in Shah Rukh Khan starrer Baadshah and his list of his popular films include Hello Brother, Joru Ka Ghulam and Kyaa Kool Hain Hum and many more. Khan made his debut in Bollywood in 1993 by appearing in Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja and was seen in more than 90 movies in his entire career span.
His son Asad Khan is expected to reach Mumbai from Croatia on Wednesday and his funeral will be held in Mumbai tomorrow after the 4 pm. Bollywood celebrities, including Anurag Kashyap, Hansal Mehta, Satish Kaushik and Arshad Warsi, expressed their grief and shock over the death of Razak. Over 700 refugees may have drowned in three Mediterranean Sea shipwrecks south of Italy in the last few days, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has said.
A spokesperson for UNHCR Carlotta Sami has told The Associated Press that an estimated 100 people were missing from a smugglers’ boat that capsized on Wednesday. Sami further added that around 550 others were missing from a boat that capsized on Thursday morning. In the meantime, the refugees have said that the boat which was carrying about 670 people did not have an engine and was being towed by another smuggling boat before it capsized. At least 25 people from it survived and 79 others were rescued by patrol boats and 15 dead bodies were recovered.
According to Sami, around 45 more bodies were recovered from a shipwreck on Friday and many more were reported missing. Meanwhile, the AFP news agency reported that 19 refugees were rescued from a boat in English Channel in a separate development. A couple in United States got married in an unusual ceremony attended by 1,100 guests but they were all cats, it has been reported.
The couple, Louise Veronneau and Dominic Husson, tied the knot outside the city of Parlier in California State of the United States on Tuesday. Originally from Canada, the couple met in Montreal and decided to get married an animal sanctuary called Cat House on the Kings, in front of 1,100 cats.
Both Louise and Dominic have a passion for animals and the decision to marry in an animal sanctuary was taken after Louise visited the sanctuary based in California back in 2012.
According to reports, the sanctuary is home to 24,000 cats and 7,000 dogs since it opened 24 years ago.
Louise fell in love with the sanctuary after her visit and decided to return with a wish to get married in the same sanctuary. Reports have emerged regarding the prediction of EgyptAir flight crash in the sea by an air hostess who was among the scores of people killed in the tragic incident. According to the reports, the 27-year-old air hostess, Samar Ezz Eldin, had predicted the crash 18 months before the incident. Miss Eldin reportedly posted pictures in her Facebook timeline in September 2014, just four months after joining the airline. The picture uploaded by Miss Eldin purported to show the crash of a plane into the sea as a an air hostess dressed smartly in wet clothes pulling a carry-on suitcase out of the water.
With the reason of the tragic incident yet to be ascertained, the authorities reported Friday that Egyptian military discovered wreckage around 180 miles north of the coastal city of Alexandria. The plane was travelling rom Paris to Cairo when it vanished from radar 10 miles into Egyptian airspace amid fears that the A320 plane was targeted by terrorists. It was carrying 56 passengers including one Briton, 30 Egyptians, 15 French, one Belgian, one Iraqi, one Kuwaiti, one Saudi Arabian, one Chadian, one Portuguese, one Algerian and at least one Canadian. The successful test of a supersonic interceptor missile by India has sparked concerns among the Pakistani officials who are saying Pakistan would address the development at an international level. Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz has said the successful test of the interceptor missile will disturb the balance of power in the region.


Aziz further added that Pakistan will continue to upgrade its defensive capabilities by acquiring advanced technology, according to Radio Pakistan.
India on Sunday successfully test-fired indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile as the country has stepped up efforts to have a full-fledged and multi-layered Ballistic Missile Defense system. According to reports, the missile is capable of destroying any incoming ballistic missile, from a test range off Odisha coast.
The sources quoted in a report by Times of India further added that the interceptor engaged a target which was a naval version of Prithvi missile launched from a ship anchored inside Bay of Bengal, taking up the trajectory of the “hostile ballistic missile”. According to the sources, the interceptor is a 7.5-metre-long single-stage solid rocket-propelled guided missile equipped with a navigation system, a hi-tech computer and an electro-mechanical activator.
They also added that the interceptor had its own mobile launcher, secure data link for inter­ception, independent tracking and homing capabilities and sophisticated radars. A 14-year-old schoolboy in United States has rejected an offer of $30 million from a healthcare company for his vending machine idea.
Alabama State of United States came up with the idea of a first aid kit dispensing vending machine says he has turned down a substantial buyout offer. He is planning to sell the machines for $5,500 each and has already raised $100,000 in angel investment, according to CNN Money Program. Taylor has said he worked on the idea to solve the problems of the kids who are getting hurt while playing in the parks. The customers can also buy individual supplies like band-aids, rubber gloves, hydrocortisone wipes and gauze pads, which cost $6 to $20. A video has emerged online which shows a SAudi Arabian family therapist offering advice regarding wife beating, it has been reported. The video by Khaled Al-Saqaby was reportedly recorded earlier this year but was translated and released by the Washington DC-based Middle East Media Research Institute last month. The family therapist suggests the beating should not be performed with a rod or sharp object, but instead with a tooth-cleaning twig or handkerchief. At least 50 people were killed and around 100 others were wounded in a deadly car bomb explosion in Baghdad, the capital city of Iraq. The incident has reportedly taken place in a predominantly Shia district after an SUV packed with explosives was detonated near a beauty salon. Iraqi police and hospital sources have told Reuters that the car bomb was detonated during a rush. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group (ISIL, also known as ISIS) issued a statement following the explosion, claiming responsibility for the attack.
The statement further added that the assault was carried out by a suicide bomber but the Iraqi officials have denied the claimed by the terror group. This comes as at least 18 people were killed in a similar attack targeting Shia pilgrims commemorating the death anniversary of revered imam in Baghdad last week. ISIS also claimed responsibility for the attack which followed nearly three months after the terror claimed a twin suicide bombing in Sadr City that killed 70 people. An Indian woman who is believed to be about 72-year-old has given birth to a baby boy after undergoing IVF treatment, it has been reported.
The woman, Daljinder Kaur, celebrated the birth of her son together with her as this was the first successful pregnancy in 46 years of their marriage. She underwent treatment in the past two years using donor eggs at a fertility clinic in the northern state of Haryana, according to Guardian newspaper.
Kaur is considered to be one of the oldest mothers to give birth with Anurag Bishnoi, embryologist and owner of the National Fertility and Test Tube Baby centre in Hisar, saying he believed she could be 72. The mother said she and her husband, Mohinder Singh Gill, a farmer, had almost lost hope of having their own child and had faced ridicule in a country where infertility is sometimes seen as a curse from God. Kaur and Gill had suffered several setbacks in their quest for parenthood and had previously been unable to afford the treatment. A Muslim politician has been elected the first Muslim Mayor of London after receiving the majority of votes during the election. According to the local media reports, Sadiq Khan was running for the post with Tory Zac Goldsmith whom he defeated comfortably by receiving more votes.
Khan who is an opposition Labour lawmaker received 1, 310,143 votes while Goldsmith secured 994,614. Khan succeeds the charismatic Boris Johnson, an advocate of Britain’s departure from the European Union who is seen as one of the favourites to succeed Cameron.
The decision by Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to live-tweet the military operation that culminated in the death of Osama bin Laden “as if it were happening today” has been criticized by online users. The criticisms followed after CIA shared details of the mission and intelligence that led to America’s most wanted man being found, with majority of the audience reacting negatively. The series of tweets included complete with diagrams of the compound that the al-Qaida leader was killed in – marked five years since “Operation Neptune Spear”.
ICA also tweeted an illustration of the compound where Bin Laden was hiding and the features that led to its discovery including “trash burned not collected”.
The CIA announced to its 1.33m followers on Twitter that it would be tweeting the raid on Sunday using the hashtag #UBLRaid. Bin Laden was killed on 2 May 2011 after a raid on his compound in Abbottabad in Pakistan by United States Navy Seal commandos. A woman has been sentenced to a total of 100 years in prison in the western US state of Colorado for attempted murder of unborn child, it has been reported.
The woman was found guilty during a court hearing for cutting a seven-month-old foetus from the womb of an expectant mother. The convict, Dynel Lane, was found guilty by a jury for trying to kill Michelle Wilkins in March 2015 in the Denver suburb of Longmont and was also convicted of the unlawful termination of a pregnancy, according to Independent.
The prosecutors had asked for the maximum sentence of 188 years for the brutal killing but judge Maria Berkenkotter said the sentence was justified by the brutality of the attack, which she described as performing a caesarean with a kitchen knife.
The 28-year-old victim was lured by Lane to her apartment by creating a Craigslist ad for maternity clothes and hit her over the head with a lava lamp and stabbed her in the neck with the broken glass.
She then cut Ms Wilkin’s abdomen, removed the unborn baby and left the victim for dead, according to the court hearing. According to the prosecutors, the convict could not be charged with the murder of the baby because there was no evidence the fetus lived outside the womb. Colorado Republicans introduced legislation that would have allowed such a murder charge, but it was rejected by Democrat politicians, according to Independent. To date 38 US states have made the killing of a foetus a homicide despite objections from abortion-rights supporters. A relatively powerful explosion rocked Gaziantep city in the south of Turkey earlier today with preliminary reports suggesting at least one person was killed and 13 others wounded. According to the local media reports, the explosion took place near a police station in the city, leaving at least one dead and 13 others wounded, including 9 policemen.
The reports further added that the explosion was likely triggered by a vehicle packed with explosives. However, the Turkish officials often link the explosions either to Kurdish militants or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group.
This comes as Turkey has been hit by numerous explosions over the past year, mainly targeting Ankara, Istanbul and Bursa cities. The United States will no longer subsidise the sale of 8 F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan amid concerns by the lawmakers that the country is not doing enough to fight militants. A senior official in the State Department has confirmed the report and told BBC that Pakistan would have to bear the full cost of the F-16 fighter jets if it wished to proceed. The official speaking on the condition of anonymity further added that the Obama administration is still very much in favour of selling the fighter jets to Pakistan.
According to the official, the Obama administration believes it is in the national interest of the United States to sell the fighter jets to Pakistan. However, the US congress refused to to approve funding for the deal days after the US lawmakers had accused Pakistan of not doing enough to fight militants and objection by India for the sell of the jets. The decision by the US congress means that Pakistan will have to pay more than $700m (?480m) – two-and-a-half times the original cost of the fighter jets. Pakistan would pay close to $270m, with the US foreign military financing budget paying for the rest, according to the original arrangement. At least one person was killed and 11 people were wounded in a suicide attack in Mardan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, the country’s security officials said. The incident took place after a suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside a government office in the district.
Local media quoting security officials reported that the suicide bomber managed to enter the excise office in Mardan and blew himself up which resulted in several casualties.
Reports also suggest that gunfires were heard from the compound following the explosion which was triggered by 8-10 kilograms of explosives. This comes as at least 26 people were killed and 50 others were injured in a similar blast last year in a National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) office in the city. No group has so far claimed responsibility behind the incident which comes as the homegrown Taliban group have been staging attacks on government institutions, officials and forces.


Nearly 400 people were killed or wounded following a suicide attack in Lahore city of Pakistan late in the month of March which was claimed by a splinter group of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan. The American officials have said Russian warplanes flew simulated attack passes near a guided missile destroyer almost a dozen times. The officials further added that the SU-24 jets flew close to the destroyer in the Baltic Sea on Tuesday with one of the officials saying the passes were one of the most aggressive interactions in recent memory.
The planes carried no visible weaponry, the officials said, adding that the flights were so close they created wake in the water.
A Russian KA-27 Helix helicopter also made seven passes around the USS Donald Cook, taking pictures, with the closest pass is said to be about 9 meter.
A statement from the United States European Command said the Donald Cook was conducting deck landing drills with an Allied military helicopter when the jets made their passes.
This comes as a similar incident occurred last June, when Russian warplanes made close passes over a US destroyer in the Black Sea. A tower higher than Burj Khalifa, Emirate’s existing record-braking skyscraper, is set to be built in Dubai city of the United Arab Emirates. The Chairman of Emaar Properties Mohamed Alabbar said the tower is due to open by the time Dubai hosts the World Expo in 2020.
He told reporters that the new mega retail district, which will be launched in 2 months, will be linked to The Tower.
The waterfront development is centered off the Dubai Creek, the cradle of Dubai’s history and culture, and in close proximity to the Ras Al Khor National Wildlife Sanctuary, protected under the Enesco Ramsar Convention and home to over 67 species of water birds.
Designed by Spanish-Swiss architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, Alabbar said the tower will have observation decks as well as 18 to 20 floors that will host restaurants and a boutique hotel.
Around ten million US Dollars have been spent on the hotel accommodation and around 500 luxury cards have been rented for the tour of the Saudi King to Turkey, it has been reported. The 80-year-old king Salman received a lavish welcome as he arrived in Turkey on Monday to discuss bilateral ties expansions on a two-day tour of country.
According to the local media reports in Turkey, king Salman arrived in the country following a week of intense preparations in Ankara.
The arrangements include extraordinary security measures as well as other lavish arrangements marking the king’s two-day visit upon the invitation of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The windows of the 450-square meter King Suite in the JW Marriot in Ankara have been covered with bullet-proof glass while the walls of the suite have been covered with bomb-resistant cement, according to the local Hurriyet Daily newspaper.
The report further added that a team of 300 Saudi officials arrived there a few days ago to coordinate private preparations.
According to reports, the estimated cost of the accommodation arrangements will be $10 million as the hotel has been booked for the king for three days. All personal belongings and other necessities were transferred to Ankara in cargo planes, while around 500 luxury cars have been rented for the king’s meetings in Ankara and Istanbul, according to Hurriyet Daily. The report also added that vehicles have been rented from provinces across Turkey including Antalya and Adana to fulfill this demand. At least 3 people were wounded after a policeman pulled hand grenade pin in a court to demonstrate how it works, it has been reported. The incident took place in a court in Karachi city after the judge asked the officer how the device could be detonated. According to the local media reports, the police officer was presenting the evidences at a high-profile terrorism-related case as the police forces had confiscated the grenade among other cache of weapons. The officer believed the grenade had been deactivated, the reports said, adding that the courtroom was cleared in the aftermath of the explosion. The trial was suspended for the rest of the day with the Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial telling reporters that it was standard procedure to neutralise any explosives before bringing them into court. The security officials have said police have launched an inquiry into how a live grenade came to be presented as evidence. A group of suicide bombers have reportedly launched a coordianted suicide attack on a police station in South of Russia. According to the reports, one of the suicide bombers detonated his explosives near the police station in Stavropol region. Police officials in Stavropol have confirmed that an attack occurred on the police station in Novoselitsk district.
The official further added that information is being gathered regarding the incident, confirming that no casualties were reported in the incident. Meanwhile, a military official has said the two other suicide bombers were eliminated by the security forces. RIA Novosti cites a security source as saying that three suicide bombers used at least five explosive devices in the attack and the three suicide bombers were only ones killed in the incident.
This comes as Russia is heavily involved in a military campaign to suppress the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group in Syria.
At least 100 people are feared dead after a massive fire swept through a temple in Kerala state of India, it has been reported. The incident took place on Sunday morning in the coastal town of Paravir when a spark from the show ignited a separate pile of fireworks that was being stored at the Puttingal temple complex, officials said. The officials further added at least 350 others have sustained injuries when the incident took place as thousands of people were packed into the temple. According to the local media reports, the fireworks were organized as part of an event to mark the HIndu New Year at the temple. National Disaster Response Force is being sent to Kerala to assist the local administration. Kerala’s Health Minister V S Sivakumar said directives have been issued to hospital authorities to make necessary arrangements for the injured. Initial reports suggested that the temple authorities did not have the permission to burst firecrackers, according to Hindustan Times newspaper. Pakistan is expecting to receive 9 AH-1Z Viper Attack Helicopters from United States under a contract awarded by U.S.
The helicopters will be delivered after the manufacturing work has been completed under the $170 million contract awarded to Bell Helicopter. The statement further added that the delivery of the helicopters will be made under the Foreign Military Sales program.
Having a top speed of 420 kilometres per hour and a range of 610km, the Bell AH-1Z Viper is a twin-engine combat chopper based on the previous SuperCobra model developed for the US Marine Corps. Last April, the US State Department approved the Foreign Military Sale to Pakistan for the AH-1Z Viper Attack Helicopters and AGM-114R Hellfire II Missiles and associated equipment, parts, training and logistical support for an estimated cost of $952 million. This condition affects about 1 in 500,000 births, according to the case study published in the Hong Kong Medical Journal this month. The study authors said the partially formed fetuses and the baby girl shared the same DNA, fitting a popular theory that the woman was initially pregnant with identical triplets, but researchers aren't sure this is what happened. But the mechanism for this "absorption" is not fully understood, the study authors wrote, so it's also possible the extra fetuses were absorbed earlier and grew with the baby girl in the womb. After an investigation, the doctors were shocked to learn that the baby girl was born pregnant with twins, a condition called fetus-in-fetu. When doctors removed the pair of fetuses from the newborn baby girl, it was discovered that each had developed to a gestation period of eight to ten weeks. The host baby seemingly absorbed its twins where they continued to develop until about ten weeks, when they stopped. However, the condition would still be considered rare because it normally occurs when a woman reaches the reproductive age, reported ABC News.
Screengrabs posted by Engadget showed the hackers notifying Zuckerberg of the breach using his own Twitter account. Funeral arrangements are already being made,” the sources quoted in a report by Reuters further added.
After trying unsuccessfully to conceive, they adopted a boy in the 1980s, but he went to study in the US and never returned. The sound of the explosion in the store-room was heard in around two-km radius of the temple, they said. Corteville, who didn't see the Hong Kong baby, said fetus-in-fetu is so rare that in her 30-year career, she's only seen one case like this. The rare condition has only been documented 200 times and occurs when a fetus absorbs the partially developed fetuses into its own. Both of the fetuses had their arms and legs, a defined spine, their rib cages, as well as intestines and anuses. It us unknown when the two fetuses actually became absorbed, or what conditions caused the absorption, but researchers are interested in knowing more about the case. Each of the fetuses were removed and found to be in a further state of development than doctors could imagine.



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