Demonstrators say long-established rights like abortion and divorce are under threat
The right-wing party says abortions are at the root of the country's current demographic crisis.
Thousands of people have marched in Buenos Aires to demand that abortion be made illegal in Argentina.
The girl had said she wanted to get rid of the baby, fathered by the 65-year-old boyfriend of her partner, but the legal process took so long that doctors deemed it too late to perform the procedure.
The measure has been decried by pro-choice campaigners and opposition parties as not going far enough.
Protesters in Paris have called on doctors to use their "conscientious objection" and stop performing abortions.
A group representing doctors fears Ireland is not geared up for abortion services after they were legalised in a referendum
The vandalism appeared after a bill to legalise abortion services passed all stages in the Irish senate.
NBC Left Field follows the story of one woman's journey in Fargo, North Dakota, from her anti-abortion upbringing to working in an abortion clinic.
Thousands in cities across Norway have been protesting against proposals to restrict women’s access to abortion.
Changes to a bill which could see abortion and same-sex marriage allowed for the first time in Northern Ireland are being taken to British parliament today.
The Argentinian pontiff was speaking about how parents shouldn’t reject sick children when he made the comments on Wednesday.
Northern Ireland mother challenges regions strict laws, after she provided her 15-year-old daughter with abortion pills.
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After the Argentine Senate rejected a bill that would have liberalised abortion, President Macri says the issue still has to be solved
Thousands of protesters took to the Argentinian streets ahead of the historic vote on abortion laws, which currently bans the procedure in the country, expect in cases of rape or risk to the woman’s life.
There were celebrations, sadness, anger and violence after the Argentine Senate voted against a bill that would have liberalised the country's abortion law
Senators in Buenos Aires has voted down a bill to allow abortion up to 14 weeks of pregnancy, after weeks of passionate debate and street protests.
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Allowing health professionals to deny women abortions based on their personal beliefs runs counter to their ethical duty to do no harm.
Protesters turn out in Brussels to vent anger over Poland's planned abortion law changes
The former minister, Holocaust survivor, and EU president is only the fifth woman to be buried in the secular mausoleum.
US President Donald Trump said he plans to announce his nominee to replace retiring US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on July 9, and that he has narrowed his list of candidates.
Pro and anti abortion rights activists gather outside Congress as Argentina lawmakers hold a key vote
Technicality derails attempt to ease access to abortion in Northern Ireland, but court indicates it is likely to give a favourable hearing to any individual plaintiff.
UK's highest court, says that Northern Ireland's abortion laws are incompatible with human rights legislation. But it says the majority of Justices think the Human Rights Commission did not have powers to bring the abortion case to court. Therefore, the court can not deliver ruling