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Modified Rules on Abortion Considered (May 10, 2013) by Constance Johnson
On May 1, 2013, Enda Kenny, the Prime Minister of Ireland, introduced the Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill 2013. If ...
Payment for Abortions and for Contraceptives for Minors (November 07, 2012) by Constance Johnson
On October 26, 2012, the National Assembly, the lower house of
Congress Considering a Bill to Decriminalize Abortion (October 25, 2012) by Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand
On September 25, 2012,
Investigation of Late Forced Abortion Leads to Suspension of Local Officials (June 21, 2012) by Wendy Zeldin
Xinhua News Agency reported on June 15, 2012, that Chinese authorities were investigating a case of an alleged forced abortion, carried ...
Criminalization of Some Abortions Ruled Unconstitutional (April 19, 2012) by Eduardo Soares
On April 12, 2012, the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (Supremo Tribunal Federal, or STF), by a majority vote, ruled unconstitutional the ...
Parliament Mulling Proposal to Legalize Abortion (April 05, 2012) by Hanibal Goitom
On March 26, 2012, it was reported that the Rwandan Parliament is considering a draft presidential order aimed at legalizing abortion ...
Supreme Court Decision on Abortion (March 16, 2012) by Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand
On March 13, 2012, the Supreme Court of Argentina rendered a decision in the case of an abortion performed on a ...
No to Legalized Abortion (September 27, 2011) by Wendy Zeldin
On September 18, 2011, the citizens of Liechtenstein voted in a referendum to reject a proposal to legalize abortion in that ...
Court Rules for Plaintiff in Abortion Rights Case (June 01, 2011) by Constance Johnson
On May 26, 2011, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) issued a judgment in an abortion case brought by a ...
Jurisdiction: European Court of Human Rights / Poland
Government Response to Loss in European Court Ruling on Abortion Law (January 04, 2011) by Stephen Clarke
On December 16, 2010, the office of the head of the government in Ireland issued a statement indicating that the government ...
Lower House of Legislature Votes on Abortion Reform Bill (January 05, 2010) by Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand
A joint session of Spain's Congreso de los Diputados (Lower House) voted on December 17, 2009, on an abortion reform bill. ...
Congress Debates Legislation Decriminalizing Abortion (November 06, 2009) by Graciela Rodriguez-Ferrand
On October 7, 2009, Peru's Special Revision Commission on the reform of the Criminal Code approved an amendment that would decriminalize ...
Legal Action Against Government on Abortion (May 04, 2009) by Hanibal Goitom
It was reported on April 29, 2009, that Women in Law in Southern Africa-Malawi (WILSA-Malawi), a women's rights group in Malawi, ...
Abortion Pill Not Innocent Drug for Health (January 12, 2009) by Dario Ferreira
The Vatican recently condemned the RU486 pill, which was approved by the Italian government in February 2008, because it is intended ...
Jurisdiction: Holy See (Vatican City State)
Proposed Law to Decriminalize Abortions (September 30, 2008) by Wendy Zeldin
It was reported on September 16, 2008, that a new draft bill on women's reproductive health and rights, which seeks to ...
High Court Denial of Abortion Petition Prompts Review of Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act (September 17, 2008) by Krishan Nehra
Upon being advised by their physicians that the baby to be born to them would have a congenitally defective heart, an ...
Abortion Permitted in Rape Case (July 02, 2008) by Constance Johnson
It was recently reported that Romania is making an exception to its laws to permit an eleven-year-old girl to have an ...
Legalizing Abortion to Be Considered (March 02, 2008) by Sayuri Umeda
The South Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare drafted a new policy in late 2007 to seek more realistic measures to ...
Jurisdiction: South Korea
New Abortion Restrictions (December 02, 2007) by Peter Roudik
On October 29, 2007, the Russian Federation Health Care and Social Development Ministry issued an executive regulation that establishes a new ...
Jurisdiction: Russian Federation
Alaska Supreme Court Holds Parental Consent Requirement Unconstitutional Under Alaska Constitution (November 02, 2007) by Luis Acosta
On November 2, the Supreme Court of Alaska held that a law requiring minors to obtain parental consent before obtaining an ...
Jurisdiction: United States
Last updated: May 10, 2013