Grandfather 'sells three-day-old baby on Facebook after telling his own daughter her child was dead' Hospital nurse involved with child trafficking ring offered man 550 She visited the mothers home and took the baby away claiming it was illDeal was arranged to sell child to a Businessman for around 10,000Child has now been reunited with his mother after being found alive and well By Daniel Miller PUBLISHED: 18:43 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 24 April 2013 A grandfather allegedly sold his three-day-old grandson on Facebook after telling his daughter that the baby was dead. Police in Punjab, India, say the man, named only as Firoz, was offered Rs 45,000 (550) by a hospital nurse and her accomplice who were involved in a child trafficking ring.
'We were inches from certain death': Family-of-four's lucky escape as their car explodes seconds after they dive out of burning car Stuart and Luesa Tasker rescued their daughters with seconds to spareFord Escort burst into a fireball without warning in LincolnshireBaby Ayda-Mai managed to sleep through the whole ordeal By Olivia Williams PUBLISHED: 13:04 GMT, 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:28 GMT, 20 February 2013 A young family escaped their burning car with seconds to spare when it burst into flames while they were driving then exploded seconds later. Stuart Tasker, 26, and his wife Luesa, 23, were travelling back from a friend’s house in Lincolnshire with their young children Amili, two, and 11-week-old Ayda-Mai when they began to smell burning. Tattoo artist Mr Tasker today described the terrifying ordeal, which his newborn daughter Ayda-Mai managed to sleep through
Come home for the sake of your baby: Mother's Christmas plea for her missing son, 16, who disappeared after becoming a father Anthony disappeared after row with 18-year-old girlfriend on November 25His bank account has remained untouched since vanishing CCTV footage captures last sighting of him with his schoolbag over shoulder Mother said: 'Christmas is time for family and all I want is him to come home' | UPDATED: 21:31 GMT, 21 December 2012 Police released this picture of Anthony Stubbs with baby Lily on the day she was born A mother has issued a desperate plea for her missing 16-year-old son to come home for Christmas and distributed a picture of him cradling his newborn daughter in the hope it will prompt him to get in touch. School prefect Anthony Stubbs vanished last month following a row with his 18-year-old girlfriend, just weeks after she gave birth to their daughter, Lily. He has not been seen or heard from since and it is believed his bank account remains untouched
Incredible footage of woman giving birth on a bus as her three-year-old son sits next to her Wang Liyang, 39, delivers her own baby while travelling to hospitalCCTV from vehicle shows amniotic fluid on floor after her waters brokeOther passengers offer blankets to keep newborn warm as she holds him Bus driver races to nearest hospital after being told of drama on board | UPDATED: 16:47 GMT, 14 December 2012 At first sight the female bus passenger appears to be suffering from a bad stomach ache.
Remarkable story of little girl whose TONGUE wouldn't stop growing – but now she can smile thanks to surgeryOlivia, now two, was born with syndrome that caused accelerated growth of her tongue. Doctors first noticed something amiss during a 4D scan The condition left her unable to eat or talk and she needed a tracheotomy to help her breathe It is now under control after three rounds of surgery and her parents say she is always smiling and is catching up with her peers | UPDATED: 23:19 GMT, 10 December 2012 A toddler born with a condition that meant her tongue wouldn't stop growing can now smile for the first time, thanks to surgery. Baby Olivia Gillies nearly suffocated because her tongue suffered 'accelerated growth' – caused by Beckwiths Wiedemann Syndrome
Formula could predict your baby's chances of growing into a fat child | UPDATED: 07:45 GMT, 29 November 2012 The two-minute test predicts if a newborn baby is going to grow into an obese child At one of the happiest times of their life, it may not be what a parent wants to hear. But scientists have created a two-minute questionnaire said to predict if a newborn baby will become obese when they grow up. Six simple questions are used to calculate the risk that he or she will be dangerously overweight by the age of 16