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    Multiple births for Algerian mothers

    ALGER (Reuters) - Une Algérienne a donné la vie à sept bébés dans un hôpital public d'Alger, annonce un porte-parole du ministère de la Santé.

    Un garçon et six filles sont nés mercredi à l'hôpital de Kouba, a déclaré Slim Belkassem, contacté au téléphone par Reuters.

    "La mère est en bonne santé. Cela montre la compétence des médecins algériens, et nous sommes très heureux de cet événement", a-t-il ajouté.

    Selon la dernière édition du Livre Guinness des records, on recense trois cas connus de septuplés ayant survécu: deux Etats-Unis et un en Arabie saoudite.

    En décembre 1998, six filles et deux garçons sont nés d'un coup mais le plus faible, qui ne pesait que 320 grammes, est décédé une semaine plus tard.


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    Algiers - A 27-year old Algerian woman gave birth Wednesday to six girls and one boy by Caesarean operation, the Algerian El-Khabar newspaper reported Thursday. Sadly, the boy died before he was born, the report added. The babies' weights ranged from 700 - 1,400 grams.

    The woman who was married for three years without getting pregnant, had been taking fertility drugs for six months.

    This is the first case of its kind in Algeria for 30 years.


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    Algiers - An Algerian woman who was told she would never able to have children is doing well in hospital after giving birth to six girls, doctors said on Thursday.

    The 27-year-old mother had been receiving fertility treatment for the past three years.

    She had been expecting seven children, but one, a boy, died in utero, hospital gynaecologists said.

    Both mother and babies are said to be in good health in hospital in Kouba, a suburb to the east of Algiers.

    However one doctor admitted that were "some concerns" for the smallest child, weighing just 700 grams, saying that she was suffering from "respiratory problems".

    The parents expressed their joy at becoming parents as they had lost all hope of having any children.

    "I really wanted a child and God has granted me six!" the mother said.

    It is believed that this is Algeria's first multiple birth (more than four) for over thirty years, according to experts quoted on Thursday in the Algerian press.


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    Souhila Touile talks with a doctor while her husband shows his delight in their new family
















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    A woman from Boumerdes gave birth on Wednesday to seven babies in Mentouri hospital in Kouba (Algiers), but the lone boy died almost immediately, the health ministry said. The mother gave birth to the boy and six girls.

    The mother is called Souhila Tawil. She is 29 years old. A reporter from Echourouk met her today. She was very happy and worried at the same time. She was concerned about her babies and how to take care of them in view of her poverty.

    Her husband works as a simple employee in a public company and lives in Boumerdes. Ten member of his family live in a very small house. “Praise to Allah who offered me six girls. I hope that the State gives me a bigger house so that I can take care of my daughters and educate them to be executives in future”, said Ferhat Tawil to Echourouk. He thanks all workers in health sector of Kouba chiefly the director, nurses, doctors and cleaning ladies for helping him.

    The first baby is called “Baya” which is the name of her grandmother. The second is named “Rima” and the other girls are called: Radia, Shahinez, Ikram and Chaima.


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    April 23 2007 -- A woman from El-Harrach (Algiers) has given birth to four babies in Mustapha Pasha Hospital in Algiers.

    Karima Sassi had a caesarean. She is now in good health, doctors said.

    Echorouk’s reporter has tried to call professor Hadda who supervised the operation but he was busy.

    The babies are: Amana (1,360kg), Rataj (1,470kg), Wissal (1,570kg) and Nourelhouda (1,430kg). They are all healthy and still under medical surveillance.

    As for the social conditions of this family, Karima says she lives with her husband and her daughter Nebrass in one room in El-Harrach (Algiers). She has complained about her financial situation. Her husband Mohamed Sassi works as a dressmaker at his home and she works as an employee in Reghaia’s municipal headoffice in Algiers. Officials have not helped her although they have promised her to solve her housing problem.

    Echorouk has offered help to take in charge the babies’ expenses for one year. Karima Sassi was very happy.


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    Samedi 28 avril 2007 -- Après les nombreuses marques de solidarité manifestées par les Algériens pour le couple Touil, qui a eu des sextuplés, l’opérateur de téléphonie mobile Wataniya Télécom Algérie a, à son tour, fait un don d’une somme de 500 000 DA à cette famille.

    Nedjma a, en outre, offert deux abonnements gratuits pendant une année à M. et Mme Touil, les parents des sextuplés qui sont venus égayer cette famille de situation modeste de la wilaya de Boumerdes, a indiqué l’opérateur dans un communiqué publié hier.

    Ainsi, les employés de Nedjma déclarent que cet heureux événement ne les a pas laissés indifférents et qu’ils partagent avec tout le peuple algérien «le bonheur de cette naissance exceptionnelle et rarement vue à travers le monde».

    Nedjma, qui se dit entreprise citoyenne, a fait ce geste «en complément à l’aide octroyée par l’Etat à M. Touil pour subvenir aux besoins immédiats des petites Cheimaa, Ikram, Rima, Chahinaz, Radia et Baya». Il convient de rappeler que, sur instruction du président de la République, le ministère de la Solidarité nationale a offert un appartement à cette famille, de même qu’il a ouvert un compte épargne CNEP pour chacune des fillettes.

    «Les employés et les dirigeants de Nedjma se joignent encore une fois au bonheur de la famille Touil et souhaitent une longue vie aux nouveaux-nés et un prompt rétablissement à la maman.»


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