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Ireland: we need to talk about abortion
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It’s one of Ireland’s most emotional and sensitive debates – abortion.

In Ireland, it is a criminal act which could send both patient and doctor to life in prison. An act seen as a threat to the unborn child and also one which forces women to travel abroad to end their pregnancy.

In the next edition of Reporter, we take a look at how one woman’s death has moved both pro-life and pro-choice groups to talk about abortion once again.

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