BELGRADE, Yugoslavia -- Yugoslavia's second test tube baby, a boy weighing nearly 8 pounds, was born Monday in a Belgrade clinic, doctors said.
Belgrade televisionshowed the boy and his mother, Milica Mijuskovic, and said it was the first test tube baby born in the Yugoslav capital.
Both mother and baby were doing well, doctors told a television reporter. No other details were disclosed.
The country's first test tube baby, also a boy, was born late in October in a clinic in Zagreb, in western Yugoslavia.