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MPs voted to amend the country's current legislation on abortions, which dates back to 1970.
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The 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature has been awarded to Annie Ernaux.
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Planned Parenthood has released a statement against the film, alleging it contributes to “anti-abortion propaganda.”
Hungarians march against stricter abortion rules
More than 1,000 Hungarians protested against a change in abortion rules that took effect earlier this month
Hungarian women must hear foetus' heartbeat before abortion decision
Abortions in Hungary have been legal since the 1950s. However, in recent years, the conservative government of PM Viktor Orbán has slowly reduced access to birth control while campaigning on incentives for would-be parents.
San Marino legalises abortion, one year after landmark referendum
Wednesday’s parliamentary vote was the culmination of a referendum last year.
Codewords on TikTok offer help to US citizens seeking abortions
Activists say the videos might do more harm than good and are encouraging users to channel their support through established networks.
Scotland plans abortion clinic buffer zones, as protests turn ugly
Supporters of the buffer zones would defuse an often intimidating atmosphere for patients; while opponents say it clamps down on their freedom of speech and freedom to protest.
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Abortion is legal in Italy, but gynaecologists can refuse to carry them out, meaning that access is patchy. If Italy turns to a right-wing government next month, some fear that could make things even more complicated.
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Pro-choice advocates in the UK say the abortion reversal in the US is worrying and they want to see new legislation at home.
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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.
Malta to review abortion policy after Prudente case causes outrage
Malta's abortion policy was put in the international spotlight last week after the country refused US holiday-maker Andrea Prudente a potentially life-saving abortion.
Data surveillance could put women in the dock after US abortion ruling
There is already precedent for women’s data being used against them in prosecutions surrounding abortion in the US.
How US companies say they’ll support staff after Roe v Wade overturned
More US companies have committed to helping employees access abortion services, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade.
Big Tech asked to protect user data from US state abortion prosecution
The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs Wade has raised questions about whether tech companies should protect the data of users seeking abortions.
Maltese doctors call for abortion ban review after US woman's ordeal
A new court filing argues that Malta’s blanket ban on abortion is failing to protect women's health and is putting doctors in impossible situations.
Roe v Wade overturned: Where is Europe headed on abortion rights?
While tensions reignite in the US, Europe has seen both progress and regression in recent years when it comes to women’s reproductive rights.
American musicians share dismay at Roe v Wade abortion reversal
After the Supreme Court of the US overturned the country's constitutional right for abortion, many American musicians have taken to the stage to protest the decision.