See It: World’s Only Nonuplets Celebrate First B-Day

  • Nine siblings have set a world record as the largest number of babies to be born together and survive.
  • And after more than a year in the hospital, the Mali nonuplets finally were deemed well enough to go home this week.
  • The 19-month-old siblings and their parents, Halima Cissé and Abdelkader Arby, are from the western African country of Mali, but they spent nearly two years in Casablanca, Morocco at a hospital that specializes in high-risk pregnancies and premature babies.
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