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amazing! Report claims South African woman Gosiame Thamara Sithole gave birth to 10 children at once

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amazing!  Report claims South African woman Gosiame Thamara Sithole gave birth to 10 children at once

Gosiam Thamara Sithol (Photo Credits: Twitter)

A 37-year-old South African woman named Gosiame Thamara Sithole has claimed to have given birth to 10 children at once. The report claimed that the woman gave birth to seven sons and three daughters in a single pregnancy. According to the woman’s husband Tebogo Tsotetsi, his wife gave birth to ten children by Caesarean section surgery on June 7 at a hospital in Pretoria. If the woman’s claim is true, then it can be a new world record. Let us tell you that at present the record of giving birth to the maximum number of children from a single pregnancy is in the name of Halima Cisse of Mali, who gave birth to nine children in a Moroccan hospital in May.

The ministry announced that 25-year-old Mali’s Halima Sisse gave birth to nine babies via caesarean section in Morocco. Mali’s health minister said in a statement that the newborns, including five girls and four boys, are all healthy and their mother is doing well. Also read: 25-year-old woman gave birth to 9 children, even doctors were stunned after seeing everyone’s health

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Sisse was expecting seven children. Malian doctors sent Sisse to Morocco for delivery under government orders, as there were not enough equipment to deal with this extremely rare pregnancy. The woman was treated at the private Ann Borja clinic in Casablanca, where it was confirmed that the woman had given birth there.

According to a report in MailOnline, Sithol has claimed that she conceived naturally, but her pregnancy was not easy, as she experienced severe leg pain and heartburn during pregnancy. According to the report, all 10 children of Sithol are alive and they will be in incubators for the next few months.

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Pakistan: Bomb blast outside Hafiz Saeed’s house in Lahore, 3 killed, 21 injured

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Pakistan: Bomb blast outside Hafiz Saeed's house in Lahore, 3 killed, 21 injured

Hafiz Saeed (Photo Credit: PTI)

Three people were killed and 21 others were killed in a massive car bomb blast outside the home of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Sayeed, the main conspirator of the Mumbai terror attack in Lahore, Pakistan on Wednesday. have been injured. police gave this information. According to the police, a bomb exploded at the police check post located outside Saeed’s house in BOR Society of Johar Town, injuring several police officers guarding the residence. The injured have been taken to Jinnah Hospital, where the condition of six people is said to be critical, he said.

According to Pakistani media, the walls and windows of Saeed’s house were damaged due to the blast. No organization has claimed responsibility for the blast. Punjab Police chief Inam Ghani said the incident could have caused “major damage” had there not been a police post outside the celebrity’s residence, alluding to Saeed. Also read: Pakistan: Roadside bomb blast in Bajaur district, 2 soldiers killed and 4 injured in the attack

Punjab Inspector General of Police Inam Ghani told reporters that three people were killed and 21 others were injured in the car bombing. Terming it as a “terrorist” incident, Ghani said, “The car was carrying explosive material. The ‘Torgate’ had a police post outside his house. The car could not cross the police post.

He said that the officials of the Anti-Terrorism Department (CTD) reached the blast site and were investigating the matter after keeping all the aspects in mind. CTD will find out whether it was a suicide attack or not? According to the report of Geo TV, in the preliminary investigation of the investigating agencies, it has come to the fore that more than 30 kg of explosive material was used in this blast.

The report, citing sources, said that preliminary investigation has also revealed that “materials made abroad” were used in the blast. It was also found that explosives were filled in the car and it was detonated from a distance. According to the report, a crater three feet deep and eight feet wide was formed at the spot. The blast was so strong that it caused damage in an area of ​​100 square feet.

Dr Yahya Sultan of Jinnah Hospital said that policemen were also among the injured and the condition of six of the 17 injured admitted to the hospital was critical. Home Minister Sheikh Rashid has directed Punjab Chief Secretary and Inspector General of Police to submit a report in this matter. He said the nature of the blast was being ascertained and federal agencies were cooperating with the Punjab government in the investigation. Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bajdar said those responsible for the incident would not be spared and the injured would be provided better treatment.

According to the information, it was a very powerful explosion, due to which many houses, shops and vehicles in the area were damaged. The roof of a house also collapsed due to the blast. According to the police, a motorcycle and a rickshaw parked near the blast site were damaged. The sound of the blast was heard far away. After the blast, rumors spread that Saeed was present in the house at the time of the incident.

It is noteworthy that 71-year-old Saeed, convicted in the terrorism financing case, is serving his sentence in Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat Jail. Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa is the undercover organization of the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba, which is responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attacks. In this attack 166 people, including six American citizens, lost their lives. The United Nations has designated Saeed a global terrorist.

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Nepal government’s big decision, international flights will resume from tomorrow

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Big blow to Nirav Modi from UK HC, appeal application against extradition to India rejected

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