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Watch: What do MEPs think about abortion rights in Europe?
Euronews asks lawmakers if they think the latest ruling from the US Supreme Court could have spill-over effects in Europe.
European lawmakers demand that abortion be an EU fundamental right
European lawmakers condemned the US Supreme Court ruling that ended constitutional right to abortion.
Abortion access: How do the US and Europe compare?
Unlike the US, European countries have used the power of legislation to enshrine abortion access in law.
'No more women should die': MEPs slam Poland's near-total abortion ban
It comes after a pregnant woman died from septic shock. Activists say doctors, influenced by the new law, did not carry out a life-saving abortion, waiting instead for the foetus to die.
On abortion, Germany is not as liberal as you may think
Campaigners say Germany's abortion restrictions are tougher than many people think. Now, with a socially liberal coalition set to govern, there is hope laws will be relaxed.
A year on, Poland's abortion ruling is causing 'harm' to women
As the rule of law crisis between Warsaw and Brussels escalates, activists say the abortion ban imposed by a politicised court just a year ago offers a painful example of how the collapse of judicial independence affects peoples' lives.
The big battle for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest states
Meet the women fighting for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest states
Abortion in Gibraltar: Voters say yes in referendum to ease strict law
Voters have endorsed legal changes to ease the ban on abortion in the British territory where restrictions are among the tightest in Europe.
100 days since Poland banned abortion, Polish women are fighting back
Polish women are fighting back against Poland's abortion ban. But they need the EU to help them, activists say
EU criticises Poland abortion ban as it reminds it to 'respect rights'
The EU's equality commissioner has urged member states to "respect fundamental rights" during a hearing about Poland's new abortion law.
EU must take 'urgent steps over Poland's human rights violations'
CIVICUS, which track civic freedoms, put Poland on its human rights watchlist over the government's alleged attacks on judicial independence, women's rights, media independence and LGBTIQ+ people.
The unheard pain of abortion in Poland
A recent ruling by Poland's Constitutional Tribunal has made its already tough abortion law even stricter. On Unreported Europe we take a look at the implications of this law on those most affected by it.
Women's rights activist charged for role in Polish protests
A leader of the Polish Women’s Strike, the movement that has led mass nationwide protests against a near total abortion ban in Poland, has been charged with criminal felonies.
'We're standing with you': MEPs slam Poland over abortion crackdown
"We can't allow our daughters to have fewer rights than their mothers and that's what's happening right now in Poland," said MEP Iratxe Garcia Perez.
Poland's highest court has legalised the torture of women. We will fight back for our rights ǀ View
The Constitutional Court has ruled that the value and rights of Polish women are still up for debate. But women will not stop fighting for our rights to safe abortions and make decisions about our bodies.
Poland deploys riot police as pro-abortion protests spread
NGOs have condemned the use of riot police officers and the military and accused law enforcement of using excessive force against peaceful protesters.
Row as Polish leader says 'defend churches' from pro-abortion protests
"We must defend Polish churches, we must defend them at every price," Jaroslaw Kaczynski said, drawing condemnation from the opposition who accused him of "inciting civil war."
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Legal action in Italy after mothers' names marked on foetuses' graves
An investigation in Italy is trying to establish why the names of the mothers who had their foetuses aborted were engraved on crosses without their consent.
Spanish government wants to repeal parental consent rule for abortions
It would allow 16 and 17-year-olds to terminate a pregnancy without getting consent from their parents.
Polish MPs vote to delay controversial abortion & sex education bills
"It is shameful that parliamentarians did not reject these two retrogressive proposals unequivocally," said Amnesty International Poland.
Malta Migration Meeting: 'Solidarity a la carte is not workable'
Italy, Malta, France, and Germany are meeting in Valletta to find a temporary solution to relocating migrants rescued at sea, but a more permanent mechanism to deal with migration flows is not on the menu for talks.
Allowing adoption of embryos 'would attack Italy’s abortion rights’
The right-wing party says abortions are at the root of the country's current demographic crisis.
Bundestag backs 'painful compromise' on controversial abortion law
The measure has been decried by pro-choice campaigners and opposition parties as not going far enough.
'We feel like second category citizens,' say abortion campaigners
Protesters turn out in Brussels to vent anger over Poland's planned abortion law changes
Ireland: It's decision time for voters in crucial abortion debate
Irish citizens will be asked on Friday if they wish to overhaul one of the world's most restrictive abortion regimes, that has long divided a once deeply Catholic nation.
Belgium revives abortion debate
In Belgium abortion is allowed up to 12 weeks after conception and only under strict criteria. The Belgian federal parliament has started debating the removal of abortion from the penal code, in order to stop stigmatizing women.