Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP
Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP
Italy

San Marino residents vote overwhelmingly to legalise abortion

  • Voters approved making abortion legal in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. It will also be legal beyond that point if the woman’s life or health is at risk
  • San Marino, one of the world’s oldest republics, had been one of the last European states that still criminalised abortion

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Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP
Activists of the Unione Donne Sammarinesi San Marino’s women union camp celebrate the decriminalisation of abortion in San Marino on Sunday. Photo: AP
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