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Baby food shortage in Europe due to China demand

Baby Food - AP

Yong-Hee Kim still can't believe that in a prosperous country like Germany, powdered baby formula would ever be rationed and that she would have to scour shops in the German capital to find the right brand for her 13-month-old son.


Video: Girl gets head stuck between walls

Watch firefighters rescue a 6-year-old girl who accidentally jammed her head between two walls in China.


Chinese couples come to U.S. to have children through surrogacy


China does not permit surrogate parenting, but that country's rising affluence has given many couples the option of using U.S. surrogacy clinics. Americans have long gone to China to adopt babies.


Post-attacks, Chinese schools reopen with guards

Flashing police cars guarded Beijing schools Tuesday and officers in another city were told they could shoot to kill to stop ...


5 preschoolers hit with hammer in new China attack

5 preschoolers hit with hammer in new China attack

A farmer attacked kindergarten students with a hammer, injuring five, before burning himself to death Friday in China's third such assault in as many days and prompting the government to demand stricter school security nationwide....


Man stabs, kills 8 children outside school in China

The suspect, identified as a 41-year-old doctor with personal and professional problems, is in custody in Fujian province. At least eight children were slain by a man brandishing a knife outside an elementary school in the southeastern Chinese province of Fujian, authorities said Tuesday.


Lead Sickens 1,300 Children in China

The lead pollution from an unlicensed manganese smelter is the second incident of mass lead poisoning in the past month.


Clash at China smelter after 100s of kids poisoned

Villagers in northern China clashed with police outside a lead smelter blamed in the poisoning of more than 600 children, reports said Monday.


China Urges Couples to Have Two Kids

Shanghai is urging eligible couples to have two children as worries about the looming liability of an aging population outweighs concerns about over-stretched resources, a city official said on Friday.


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