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.
Protesters turn out in Brussels to vent anger over Poland's planned abortion law changes
Outside a Belfast courthouse campaigners, some dressed in Handmaid's Tale style outfits, gathered to protest the countries abortion ban
At the moment abortion can only be legally performed if there's a threat to the woman's life or she's been raped.
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A "yes" vote would overturn the eighth amendment that effectively bans terminations at present
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