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Separated Bhutanese twins leave Australia hospital

"Cheeky" Bhutanese conjoined twins who were successfully separated after a marathon operation in Australia left hospital Monday, with doctors saying they had made an excellent recovery and were starting to act independently. Fifteen-month-old Nima and Dawa — whose names mean "Sun" and "Moon" — were separated on November 9 at the Royal Children´s Hospital in Melbourne, a month after arriving in Australia with their mother Bhumchu Zangmo. "It has been incredibly rewarding to watch how the girls have recovered and just to…