Two nine-month-old girls whose custody has become an international court fight are coming home to Missouri from Great Britain. A justice of Britain’s High Court says the girls cannot stay with a Welsh couple who paid $12,000 to an Internet adoption company. A judge in Arkansas says the adoption, which took place there, was invalid. An appeal of today’s ruling in London is possible but there is no word whether one will be filed. The biological parents of the twin girls have separated. The father has been given custody. But the mother, who arranged the adoption, now says she wants custody and has filed a lawsuit.