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Inside Edition 25 Oct 2020

These People Were Switched at Birth


For over four decades, David and Leon had been raised by each other's biological parents. DNA testing confirmed the mix up, in a hospital in the Canadian province of Manitoba after they were born in 1975. Valentina Suman and Tatyana Muradyan were born at the same hospital in Moldova, in March of 1978. But after bath time, the nurses returned the babies to the wrong families— who took them home. The families say they didn't learn the truth until a 2017 DNA test.

A fire sent migrants fleeing a camp in northwestern Bosnia, Wednesday, December 23.

The camp, which has been the focus of human rights group due to the living conditions, houses around 1,200 migrants.

There were no reported injuries, and the cause of the fire was not immediately known.

Bosnia has become a choke point for thousands of migrants hoping to enter the European Union. (AP)
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