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Abortion Law
World  /  Published 01.09.22

Abortion: California lawmakers pass bills

U.S. States seeking to enforce abortion bans will not be able to obtain medical or communications records of patients, doctors or others involved in helping women obtain care in California under a pac...
By Reuters in Sacramento, California

World  /  Published 25.08.22

Judge blocks Idaho law

A US federal judge has stopped the state of Idaho from enforcing a strict ban on abortions in medical emergencies. US District Judge B. Lynn Winmill ruled on Wednesday that Idaho authorities cannot p...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 19.08.22

'Abortion benefits' in focus

Hundreds of Google employees are petitioning the company to extend its abortion healthcare benefits to contract workers and to strengthen privacy protections for Google users searching for abortion in...
By AP/PTI in Mountain View, California

World  /  Published 13.08.22

Near-total abortion ban

The Idaho Supreme Court on Friday refused to block a state law criminalizing nearly all abortions after the United States Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling that had recognized t...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 06.08.22

US: Indiana passes abortion ban

The Indiana abortion bill contains exceptions — including in cases of rape and incest limited to 10 weeks, and to prevent serious physical health risks to the mother. Indiana Governor Eric Holc...
By Deutsche Welle

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World  /  Published 04.08.22

Abortion: Biden nod to facilitate travel

President Joe Biden said on Wednesday the Supreme Court and Republicans are clueless about the power of American women as he signed a second executive order aimed at protecting abortion rights. The o...
By Reuters in Washington

World  /  Published 04.08.22

Abortion: Kansas shows the way

A decisive victory for abortion rights in deeply conservative Kansas has boosted Democrats' hopes that they can harness voter anger over efforts to limit or ban the procedure to prevail in competi...
By Reuters

Opinion  /  Published 06.07.22

One step back: US SC's surprising verdicts

Across democracies, courts are meant to serve as checks on the executive and legislature, ensuring that justice and law triumph over any political excesses. A spate of recent rulings by the Supreme Co...
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 03.07.22

Freeze lifted

Jerry Hall filed for divorce from billionaire husband Rupert Murdoch on Friday, citing “irreconcilable differences”, six years after the pair married. The 66-year-old model sought unspeci...
By Isabella Kwai

Opinion  /  Published 02.07.22

Row over US SC's verdict on abortion

In crisis Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States of America decided to overturn Roe vs Wade, a landmark judgment that legalised abortion in the country. Now, the right to legislate on abor...
By Suhashini Sarkar


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