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Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands of people have attended a March for Life in Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, as pressure mounts on doctors to perform abortions against their conscience. The March for Life on Saturday was held amidst controversy over a woman seeking an abortion because her child...

MPs propose major changes to UK abortion laws

MPs propose major changes to UK abortion laws

A cross-party group of MPs has come together to introduce three amendments to the Government’s flagship Health and Care Bill that propose major changes to abortion law. These amendments have been tabled for Report Stage of the Bill, which will take place on Monday and...

Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands of people have attended a March for Life in Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, as pressure mounts on doctors to perform abortions against their conscience. The March for Life on Saturday was held amidst controversy over a woman seeking an abortion because her child...

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Bill to ban sex-selective abortion introduced to NSW Parliament

Bill to ban sex-selective abortion introduced to NSW Parliament

A new Bill is being introduced to the Parliament of the Australian state of New South Wales, which seeks to make sex-selective abortion illegal. The Bill, introduced by Fred Nile MLC in November, would amend the Abortion Law Reform Act 2019 to prohibit abortion on the...

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Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands attend March for Life in Croatia

Thousands of people have attended a March for Life in Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, as pressure mounts on doctors to perform abortions against their conscience. The March for Life on Saturday was held amidst controversy over a woman seeking an abortion because her child...

Pastor marries corpse of fiancée he killed via forced abortion

Pastor marries corpse of fiancée he killed via forced abortion

A Nigerian pastor ‘married’ the corpse of his late fiancée after she died after a brutal abortion he had reportedly forced her to undergo. Reverend Dr. Success Emeka Sunday, the founder of Life Transformation Praying Ministry, in Akwakuma, Nigeria, has been accused of...

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Chile rejects abortion

Chile rejects abortion

Chile’s lower Chamber of Deputies has rejected a Bill that sought to introduce abortion on demand up to 14 weeks gestation. The legislation, introduced in January this year, sought to amend the current Chilean penal code so that the current prohibitions on abortion...

South Korea’s smallest premature baby discharged from hospital

South Korea’s smallest premature baby discharged from hospital

South Korea’s smallest baby, Cho Gun-woo, was discharged from hospital last year after five months in intensive care. Gun-woo was born prematurely on 4 April 2021 about 15 weeks prior to his due date. At the time of birth, he was unable to breathe independently, as...

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House of Lords rejects assisted suicide

House of Lords rejects assisted suicide

An attempt in the House of Lords to force the Government to introduce legislation on assisted suicide within a year of the Health and Care Bill becoming law has been defeated by 179 votes to 145. Lord Forsyth’s amendment to the Health and Care Bill was defeated...

Italy: Assisted suicide referendum blocked by Constitutional Court

Italy: Assisted suicide referendum blocked by Constitutional Court

The Constitutional Court in Italy has blocked a referendum seeking to make assisted suicide legal because it would remove protections for the weak and the vulnerable. On 15 February, the Constitutional Court said it “deemed the referendum question inadmissible”...

New polling shows just one in three MPs support assisted suicide

New polling shows just one in three MPs support assisted suicide

New polling shows that only 35% of MPs support introducing assisted suicide to the UK. The polling, released by YouGov today, shows that only 35% of MPs support a law change to allow “doctors to assist in the suicide of someone suffering from a terminal...

Irish euthanasia bill fails

Irish euthanasia bill fails

A Bill that was seeking to introduce assisted suicide and euthanasia to Ireland has failed. The Private Members’ Bill was put forward in October 2020 by Gino Kenny TD and would have legalised assisted suicide and euthanasia for any Irish citizen over 18 who had been...

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House of Lords rejects assisted suicide

House of Lords rejects assisted suicide

An attempt in the House of Lords to force the Government to introduce legislation on assisted suicide within a year of the Health and Care Bill becoming law has been defeated by 179 votes to 145. Lord Forsyth’s amendment to the Health and Care Bill was defeated...

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The road beyond Roe for the pro-life movement

The road beyond Roe for the pro-life movement

For the pro-life movement, the excitement about the possible reversal of the 49-year-old precedent of Roe v. Wade is real, even as we know the road ahead is uneven. There are strong views on both sides of this issue, and this historic moment arrives at a time when...

Buffer zones at abortion clinics deny women choice

Buffer zones at abortion clinics deny women choice

Censoring pro-life volunteers is problematic for the protection of human rights. So says Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister, who has come under pressure to roll out “buffer zones” — 150m areas on public streets where pro-lifers will be banned from offering prayer or...

Roe v Wade was undemocratic and badly argued. It had to go

Roe v Wade was undemocratic and badly argued. It had to go

News has leaked that the US Supreme Court plans to overturn the 1973 ruling on abortion known as Roe v Wade. Cue overreaction and misinformation. Scrapping Roe would not ban abortion, it would send the issue back to the states, where locals get to decide whether to...

The road beyond Roe for the pro-life movement

The road beyond Roe for the pro-life movement

For the pro-life movement, the excitement about the possible reversal of the 49-year-old precedent of Roe v. Wade is real, even as we know the road ahead is uneven. There are strong views on both sides of this issue, and this historic moment arrives at a time when...