Japanese man who cooked his genitals and served them to paying guests is charged with indecent exposure They were garnished with mushrooms and parsleyFive guests paid around 160 each for the mealHe could be jailed for up to two years or fined $32,000
100,000 women undergo brutal genital mutilation illegally in Britain (and some of the victims are as young as TEN)Police have failed to bring forward a single convictionOnly two doctors have ever been struck off by the General Medical Council. Victims often suffer in silence and sometimes battle to stand or walkOne doctor offered to perform the procedure on a 10-year-old girl for £750
New blood test could tell mother sex of unborn child as early as FIVE WEEKS Researchers warn test has potential for encouraging sex-selection Pregnant women could find out whether they are carrying a boy or a girl as early as five weeks, after scientists developed a pioneering non-invasive test. A team at Cheil General Hospital in Seoul, South Korea, found that various ratios of two enzymes, which can be extracted from a pregnant mother's blood, indicate the baby's gender as early as five or six weeks.