ARGENTINA REJECTS LEGALIZING ABORTION BUT FLINGS OPEN ONCE TABOO TOPIC

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Christian Science Monitor Argentina rejects legalizing abortion , but flings open once – taboo topic Christian Science Monitor Early Thursday morning, after 16 hours of debate, Argentina's conservative-leaning Senate rejected a bill to legalize abortion for pregnancies up to 14 weeks. But the flood of attention to the historically taboo topic in the lead-up to the vote has Human Rights Watch: Women's Human Rights: Abortion Human Rights Watch PIROPOS -CUALCA YouTube Pope Francis on Instagram: “EN: The divine gift of life must be promoted, guarded, and protected from conception to Instagram

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