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27 Dec
Sarah Weddington, who successfully argued the landmark Roe v. Wade case that enshrined abortion as a legal right in the United States
21 Oct
Parliamentarians in Benin have voted to legalise abortion in the West African country, where it was already authorised under restricted conditions. Under the new law, passed late Wednesday, women can terminate a pregnancy within the first three months if it is likely to "aggravate or cause material, educational, professional or moral distress, incompatible with the…
4 Oct
Billie Eilish put on a high-energy performance at the Austin City Limits Festival on Saturday night, during which she made a notable statement. The singer, 19, used the big stage to lend her support to women's right to choose by lashing out at the Texas abortion law, legislation that prohibits abortions in the state as…
2 Oct
The abortion rights battle takes to the streets across America Saturday, with hundreds of demonstrations planned as part of a new "Women's March
27 Sep
Beijing called for a reduction in abortions that are not "medically necessary" on Monday, as China tries to reverse its falling birth rate and encourage couples to have more children.
15 Sep
Pope Francis said on Wednesday that abortion was "murder" but, asked about US bishops threatening to deny holy communion to President Joe Biden, said the Church
2 Sep
The US Supreme Court handed a major victory to abortion opponents late Wednesday, denying an emergency request to block a new law effectively banning most abortions in the southern state of Texas.
29 May 2021
Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators took to the streets on Saturday in Croatia, a largely Catholic country where human rights activists
20 May 2021
The governor of Texas on Wednesday signed a bill banning abortion at six weeks, joining a conservative push to change the rules on one of the United States' most divisive issues.
1 May 2021
Three staff of Kano state Primary Health Care Management Board accused of rape, abortion and fraud have been dismissed.
29 Apr 2021
Ecuador's Constitutional Court on Wednesday decriminalized abortion in cases of rape, the country's human rights ombudsman announced, a major step in Catholic-majority Latin America where termination of pregnancy is largely taboo.
16 Feb 2021
It is just February and World Health Organization is giving surprising facts, according to WHO, more than 1.2 million abortions been performed worldwide in the first 10 days of 2021. This data is according to a report by Worldometer, formerly Worldometers, a reference website that provides counters and real-time statistics for diverse topics. it accounts…

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