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WARSAW (Reuters) - Natalia Broniarczyk, an activist with a charity that assists Polish women who want to terminate pregnancies, says its hot line began ringing non-stop after the government announced border closures to stem the coronavirus outbreak last week.
I thought I had Covid-19 last week. Someone at work had been in contact with a person who was confirmed to have Covid-19.
The coronavirus crisis may have found an unlikely hero in Kylie Jenner.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand has passed a landmark bill that treats abortion as a health issue rather than a crime, a major reform in laws that have been unchanged for more than four decades.
KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed man pleaded not guilty to blinding another individual using a metal rod at the Sessions Court on Monday (March 16).
Here's a selection of seven deadly novels about virus outbreaks.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Since the outbreak of Covid-19) in Central China's Wuhan city, rumours and disinformation about the disease have been spreading, even more quickly than the virus. To dispel fake news and present the truth, here we list some of the rumours spread extensively.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Supporters of abortion rights voiced trepidation outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday as the justices weighed the fate of one of the numerous restrictive laws passed by conservative states that make access to the procedure more difficult.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's Constitutional Court ruled on Monday against legalising abortions in up to the first 16 weeks of pregnancy and said the procedure would continue to be allowed in just three specific cases.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Argentine President Alberto Fernandez announced on Sunday that he will send to Congress a bill to legalize abortion, an initiative that has broad social support but is also strongly opposed by religious groups in Pope Francis' home nation.