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Two people have been arrested after the bodies of eight new-born babies were found at a house in northern France.Police said the bodies were discovered in the garden of the property in the village of Villers-au-Tertre, about 35 miles from Lille.
Sniffer dogs have been searching the property and surrounding area.
The two daughters of a Frenchwoman who confessed to suffocating eight of her newborn babies and hiding their bodies have said they are "in shock" and "didn't notice anything".
Dominique Cottrez, 47, and her husband Pierre-Marie were arrested over what could be France's biggest infanticide case.
The woman from Villers-au-Tertre, about 125 miles north of Paris, is accused of "murder of minors under the age of 15".
Her husband, a carpenter in his 40s, has been freed because there was not enough evidence to charge him.
He denied knowing about the babies being born or killed.
French Baby Killer: Daughters In Shock