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Argentina's Congress to vote on legalising abortion

Al Jazeera Wednesday, 13 June 2018
The Catholic Church and Pope Francis, who is Argentinian, have stepped up efforts to influence the historic vote.
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News video: Celebrations Erupt as Abortion Bill Passes Argentina's Lower House of Congress

▶ Celebrations Erupt as Abortion Bill Passes Argentina's Lower House of Congress 02:45

Argentina has taken significant steps towards legalizing abortion, after the lower house of its Congress approved an abortion bill by a small margin on Thursday, June 14, in Buenos Aires.Following a marathon debate, 129 lawmakers voted to legalize elective abortions up to 14 weeks of pregnancy, while...

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