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BERLIN---Doctors say the week-old
quadruplets born prematurely to 65-
year-old Annegret Raunigk in Berlin
are still in intensive care, but have
been gaining a little weight and are
being given their mother s milk
through feeding tubes.
The babies were born during the
26th week of pregnancy at Berlin s
Charite Hospital on May 19.
Neeta and her three brothers ---
Dries, Bence and Fjonn---weighed
between 655 grams (1 lb., 7 ounces)
and 960 grams (2 lbs., 2 ounces) each
at birth. Their exact weight today is
not known because they are too fragile
to be put on a scale.
Neeta is the smallest but is fitter
than her three brothers, said Christoph
Buehrer, Charite s director of neona-
tology. She underwent successful sur-
gery this week to close two small holes
in her intestines.
All four babies will remain in inten-
sive care for several weeks and are
supported by machines helping them
"Breathing is their most critical
vital function," said Buehrer, adding
that it s not clear yet whether the
children will have any long-term
health issues because of the premature
Raunigk is believed to be the oldest
mother to have ever delivered quadru-
plets, said Charite s director of obstet-
rics, Wolfgang Henrich.
She went to the hospital with pre-
mature contractions and high blood
pressure and gave birth by cesarean
section. She is now pumping breast
milk for her babies, and doctors say
she didn t get any artificial hormones
to start the lactation.
The school teacher already has 13
children, aged 9 to 44, from five other
fathers. Because egg donation is illegal
in Germany, she travelled to Ukraine
to have donated, fertilised eggs trans-
ferred. She says she decided to become
pregnant again because her nine-year-
old daughter wanted a younger sib-
Both doctors refused to discuss the
mother s controversial decision to have
children at her age, saying it has no
impact on their job of ensuring the
children are well treated.
"They need our help, they re getting
our help," Buehrer said. (AP)
Quadruplets born to
mom, 65, still critical
KARACHI---A Pakistani judge yes-
terday ordered police to hold and
question the embattled CEO of a
software company for a week on alle-
gations he oversaw a global diploma
mill, as broadcasters aired images of
blank degrees stacked in his firm s
The judicial order marked the latest
crisis for Shoaib Sheikh, the top offi-
cial at Axact, a software company
which a recent New York Times report
accused of making millions of dollars
selling fake high school diplomas and
While Axact has denied the alle-
gations and threatened legal action
against the Times, Pakistani investi-
gators said they found hundreds of
thousands of fake degrees during a
raid yesterday on the company s
offices in Karachi.
Officials also say they found fraud-
ulent student ID cards and university
accreditations for institutions that
don t exist.
"We have enough evidence to pro-
ceed," said Shahid Hayat, the provin-
cial director at Pakistan s Federal
"We have forensic evidence."
Television footage showed investi-
gators leading Sheikh away from his
office in handcuffs.
He later appeared before Judge Noor
Mohammad, who ordered Sheikh held
for seven days for police questioning
on charges of fraud, forgery and
cybercrime. Sheikh will appear again
before the judge on June 4.
Sheikh s lawyer, Shaukat Hayat,
said his client s family would be per-
mitted to see him while he remains
Hayat, who is not related to the
FIA provincial director, previously has
said his client denies the allegations
against him. Sheikh, in an earlier video
message, denied the charges.
The arrest marks a downfall for
Sheikh and Axact, which planned to
launch a new television channel in
The software company has
described the case against it as a con-
spiracy by rival media groups.
Investigators say others were as
well in the raid. It was not immedi-
ately known how many people were
arrested in all.
Hundreds of fake diplomas
in raid on firm
An officer of the Federal Investigation Agency escorts Shoaib Sheikh, left, the chief executive officer of
software company Axact, to a court in Karachi, Pakistan, yesterday. A Pakistani judge ordered police to hold
and question the embattled CEO for a week on allegations he oversaw a global diploma mill. AP PHOTO
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