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Baby Captures Spanish Villagers' Attention

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Baby Captures Spanish Villagers' Attention

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Baby Captures Spanish Villagers' Attention

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In Spain, a baby was born in the village of Los Giles three weeks ago. It's the first child to be born there in 45 years. At last count, the village had about 60 residents.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. There's a baby boom in Los Giles, Spain, consisting of one. Baby Inara arrived three weeks ago, the first child to be born there in 45 years. At last count, the village had about 60 residents, all aging. But the first-time parents of Inara had moved back to the village to raise their child near grandparents. Now thinkspain.com reports nearly everyone in town has held her. So it really does take a village. It's MORNING EDITION.

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