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One of the most brutal battles of the Second World War was the Nazi offensive against Stalingrad where atrocities were committed on both sides and the soldiers also had to contend with starvation and freezing conditions during a lengthy siege.

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In a report on the state of maternity care, the Commons Public Accounts Committee criticised both the Department of Health and NHS England for being unable to tell it who is accountable for ensuring the NHS has enough midwives

'Insufficient' Government funding threatens NHS's ability to provide universally safe maternity care, says MPs

Labour say the Coaliton has failed on its 'cynical' pre-election promise to deliver 3,000 more midwives

Man who tricked girlfriend into taking 'abortion pills' is sentenced to nearly 14 years in prison

John Weldon gave his ex-girlfriend a drug he believed would cause her to miscarry

Will future generations finally be offered a decent sex and relationship education?

The House of Lords will decide whether to make the subject compulsory: let's hope they make the right choice

The News Matrix: Monday 27 January 2014

Pregnant woman is taken off life support

Supporters of the Munoz family assembled outside the Tim Curry Criminal Justice Center, in Fort Worth

Marlise Munoz: Brain-dead pregnant Texas woman removed from life-support

33-year-old collapsed from a suspected brain clot in November

Unlicensed and illegal drugs can be bought online

Pregnant teenage girls taking deadly black market abortion pills, investigation finds

Government trying to crack down on illegal websites selling medication

Erick Munoz stands with an undated copy of a photograph of himself, left, with wife Marlisa and their son Mateo

Marlisa Munoz: Texas judge orders hospital to remove life support of pregnant brain-dead woman

33-year-old was 14 weeks pregnant when she fell unconscious in November

Call the Midwife: Latest borderline boring drama to win Sunday snoozer ratings war

Sunday evening audiences are unlike the TV audiences at any other time

US court rules sperm donor to lesbian couple is legal father and must pay child support

Kansas state sues Marotta for $6,000 in child support for four-year-old girl

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The News Matrix: Thursday 23 January 2014

Talks aim to defuse violent protests

They study found that when travel time from home to hospital is more than 20 minutes, there is an increased risk of the baby dying or suffering a long-term condition

Home births could be as dangerous as 'driving without putting your child's seatbelt on'

Though most home births are safe, the risk of long-term disability has not been “adequately addressed”, scientists say

Trixie (Helen George), Chummy (Miranda Hart), Henny Lee (Jessica Raine) and Cynthia Miller (Bryony Hannah) star in Call the Midwife

Call the Midwife attracts record-breaking audience in triumphant third series return

The hit BBC drama drew average viewing figures of 9.6 million on Sunday

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As the health of blogger Raif Badawi worsens in prison, his wife urges EU governments to put pressure on the Saudi Arabian royal family to allow her husband to join his family in Canada
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Unai Emery’s passion for winning and eye for a bargain keep Seville centre stage in Europe, says Pete Jenson
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Why we need a 'tranquility map' of England, according to campaigners

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If the West needs a bridge to the 'moderates' inside Isis, maybe we could have done with Osama bin Laden staying alive after all

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