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11 Nov
For years, Poland has upheld one of Europe's strictest abortion laws. Devout Catholics often favor the restrictive regulations, whereas pro-choice activists unite to support pregnant women in need. The country is divided. Iza was one of five women in Poland who died after doctors refused to terminate their pregnancies.
2 Sep
The confession of a resistance fighter who witnessed a mass execution of German soldiers during World War II has reawakened dark memories in rural France.
11 Jun 2023
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11 May 2023
The unsolved murders of 22 women are the subject of an appeal for information launched on Wednesday by the global police agency Interpol together with Belgian, German, and Dutch police.

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