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By Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon
Moscow won't help investigators of aviation disasters over its territory
Topic - David Lanning
Conjoined twin girls from the Dominican Republic were recovering Tuesday at a Virginia hospital after undergoing complicated, nearly daylong surgical procedures to separate them.
"Everything just went so smoothly over the last 24 hours," Dr. Lanning said.
Dr. Lanning said at a news conference Tuesday the toddlers were in stable condition in the pediatric intensive care unit, and that he expects both to fully recover and "grow up to be healthy, young independent girls."