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Abortion in Europe – Scorned, concealed, prohibited

By DW
17 September 2022   |   12:49 pm
In Europe, the right to abortion is not universal. Poland is the scene of vociferous protests against some of the continent’s strictest abortion laws. Further south, in Italy, some doctors refuse to terminate pregnancies - even in medical emergencies.In Europe, the right to abortion is not universal.

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