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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by JOVAN MATIC Mirjana Novokmet, mother of a missing newborn baby, shows a birth certificate infront of her home in Zemun near the Serbian capital Belgrade on July 23, 2013. Serbia is in shock with an ongoing gruesome affair of possible human trafficking of newborn babies as the European Court for Human Rights demands from Belgrade to probe this scandal which dates back to the days of communist-era Yugoslavia. Activists claim that more than 2,000 newborns have been proclaimed dead at birth in at least four decades, but although the Serbian parliament has launched a probe into the claims, there has been no official confirmation of the claims. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by JOVAN MATIC Mirjana Novokmet, mother of a missing newborn baby, shows a birth certificate infront of her home in Zemun near the Serbian capital Belgrade on July 23, 2013. Serbia is in shock with an ongoing gruesome affair of possible human trafficking of newborn babies as the European Court for Human Rights demands from Belgrade to probe this scandal which dates back to the days of communist-era Yugoslavia. Activists claim that more than 2,000 newborns have been proclaimed dead at birth in at least four decades, but although the Serbian parliament has launched a probe into the claims, there has been no official confirmation of the claims. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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by JOVAN MATIC Mirjana Novokmet mother of a missing newborn baby... News Photo 174595131Absence,Baby,Belgrade - Serbia,Certificate,Home,Horizontal,In Front Of,Law,Mother,New Life,Newborn,Serbia,ShowPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH AFP STORY by JOVAN MATIC Mirjana Novokmet, mother of a missing newborn baby, shows a birth certificate infront of her home in Zemun near the Serbian capital Belgrade on July 23, 2013. Serbia is in shock with an ongoing gruesome affair of possible human trafficking of newborn babies as the European Court for Human Rights demands from Belgrade to probe this scandal which dates back to the days of communist-era Yugoslavia. Activists claim that more than 2,000 newborns have been proclaimed dead at birth in at least four decades, but although the Serbian parliament has launched a probe into the claims, there has been no official confirmation of the claims. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC (Photo credit should read ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)