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Abortion to avoid birth defects is like Nazi eugenics, Pope tells family associations (Reuters)

“In the last century the whole world was scandalized by what the Nazis did to pursue the pureness of the race,” Pope Francis said in extemporaneous remarks to members of the Forum of Family..
Catholic Culture Also reported by •Reuters India

Abortion is 'white glove' equivalent of Nazi-era eugenics programme, says Pope Francis

Pope Francis denounced abortion as the "white glove" equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics programme and urged families to accept the children that God gives them
Firstpost

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News video: Pope Relates Abortion To Avoid Birth Defects To Nazi Eugenics

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According to CNN, Pope Francis has compared abortion to avoid birth defects to Nazi ideologies. Pope Francis said: “Today we do the same, but now with white gloves.” The Pope refers to Nazi..
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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 02:46

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..
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News video: Crowd Gathers on Buenos Aires Streets as Argentinian Lawmakers Move Forward With Abortion Bill

Crowd Gathers on Buenos Aires Streets as Argentinian Lawmakers Move Forward With Abortion Bill 00:45

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..
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News video: Argentina Gets Closer To Legalizing Elective Abortion

Argentina Gets Closer To Legalizing Elective Abortion 00:55

An abortion bill passed the country's Chamber of Deputies and now heads to its Senate.
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News video: Argentina Is Closer to Legalized Elective Abortion

Argentina Is Closer to Legalized Elective Abortion 00:55

An abortion bill passed the country's Chamber of Deputies and now heads to its Senate.
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Wait, what? Pope Francis compares abortion to Nazi eugenics

"Children should be accepted as they come, as God sends them, as God allows, even if at times they are sick," Pope Francis said.
DNA

Pope Francis denounces abortion as Nazi-era white glove eugenics

Pope Francis denounced abortion on Saturday as the "white glove" equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics programme and urged families to accept the children that God gives them. Francis spoke off-the-cuff..
Zee News

Lawsuit challenges Texas abortion curbs

(Reuters) - An abortion provider that in 2016 persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court to void parts of a restrictive Texas law on Thursday filed a new lawsuit challenging dozens of that state's other curbs on..
Reuters India

UP shamed again, Assistant Professor repeatedly rapes student in coaching institute for months, arrested

A minor girl was allegedly raped and threatened by an Assistant Professor in a private engineering college in Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh. The accused Deepak Saxena, who was also running a..
DNA

Argentina Congress prepares for historic abortion vote, lawmakers agreed to set religious convictions aside

Lawmakers in conservative Argentina prepared to vote on a decisive bill to legalise abortion which if passed, would make it the most populous Latin American country to do so.
Firstpost

Argentina faces historic vote on decriminalising abortion, rival groups call for demonstrations outside Congress

Lawmakers Argentina vote on Wednesday on legalising abortion, which could make it the most populous country in South America to allow women to terminate pregnancies.
Firstpost

Zindagi Ke Crossroads and the stigmatisation of abortion: Pressing need for positive portrayal of women's issues

In a country where pro-choice debate is a distant possibility, for reality TV shows like Zindagi Ke Crossroads to exploit the matter for ratings and do a horrible job of it, does nothing at all to help..
Firstpost

Mumbai Rains: Portion of Mumbra bypass collapses in Thane

mumbai rains: portion of mumbra bypass collapses in thane
A portion of Mumbra bypass collapsed on a house in a chawl near Uday Nagar area on Saturday following heavy downpour in the district. A fire brigade had reached the site for the rescue operation,..
Mid-Day

First episode of Ram Kapoor's comeback show 'Zindagi Ke Crossroads' provokes ire of women activists

Some women's rights groups have alleged that an episode of a TV programme on a private channel has "stigmatised abortion" by showing it in poor light. The first episode of Ram Kapoor's 'Zindagi Ke..
DNA

UK top court says it can't demand abortion law change in Northern Ireland

LONDON/BELFAST (Reuters) - Britain's Supreme Court expressed the view on Thursday that Northern Ireland's strict abortion law was incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights, but added it..
Reuters India

Can't enforce abortion law change in Northern Ireland, says UK top court

Four out of seven Supreme Court justices who considered the issue found that the socially conservative British province's current law, which bans abortion except when a mother's life is at risk, was..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

UK Supreme Court majority finds Northern Ireland abortion law violates human rights

LONDON (Reuters) - A majority of Britain's Supreme Court justices believe that Northern Ireland's current abortion law, which bans abortion except when a mother's life is at risk, is incompatible with..
Reuters India

Britain SC will decide if Northern Ireland's abortion law infringes European human rights legislation

Britain's Supreme Court will on Thursday rule whether Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws infringe European human rights legislation, potentially testing the strength of prime minister Theresa..
Firstpost

Northern Ireland awaits landmark abortion ruling

​​The seven Supreme Court justices will rule on a case brought by the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC), which argues that the current law criminalises "exceptionally vulnerable"..
IndiaTimes

Abortion not tied to increased risk of depression

(Reuters Health) - Women who have an abortion may be no more likely to develop depression than women who don't, a Danish study suggests.
Reuters India

U.S. high court throws out immigrant teen abortion ruling

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lower court ruling that let a pregnant illegal immigrant minor held in federal immigration custody obtain an abortion last year at..
Reuters India

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