Protesters hold up lights and posters reading “not even one more” during a demonstration on November 6 in Warsaw, Poland, marking the first anniversary of a court ruling that imposed a near-total ban on abortion, and to commemorate the death of a pregnant Polish woman in September. Photo: AFP
Protesters hold up lights and posters reading “not even one more” during a demonstration on November 6 in Warsaw, Poland, marking the first anniversary of a court ruling that imposed a near-total ban on abortion, and to commemorate the death of a pregnant Polish woman in September. Photo: AFP
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Poland tells doctors ill women have abortion rights after fatal delay terminating pregnancy

  • Instruction document issued to obstetricians following death of 30-year-old woman
  • Her 22-week-old fetus did not have enough amniotic fluid to survive, say family and lawyers

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Protesters hold up lights and posters reading “not even one more” during a demonstration on November 6 in Warsaw, Poland, marking the first anniversary of a court ruling that imposed a near-total ban on abortion, and to commemorate the death of a pregnant Polish woman in September. Photo: AFP
Protesters hold up lights and posters reading “not even one more” during a demonstration on November 6 in Warsaw, Poland, marking the first anniversary of a court ruling that imposed a near-total ban on abortion, and to commemorate the death of a pregnant Polish woman in September. Photo: AFP
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