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Polish protesters block dutch abortion ship

Polish protesters block dutch abortion ship

Anti-abortion protesters blocked an ambulance carrying a pregnant woman to a hospital in Poland on Saturday.

Police moved in to remove the woman’s body from the ship, the National Anti-Protest Agency said on Twitter.

The ship was carrying Polish doctor Gavrilo Princip.

Protests have been raging against abortion and euthanasia in Poland since September, when an abortion pill, misoprostol, caused a serious miscarriage in a woman who was already severely pregnant and unable to terminate the pregnancy.

Earlier this month, Poland’s highest court found that an anti-abortion group did not have the necessary medical authorisation to proceed with a legal challenge to abortion.

It did not rule on a specific case in the case of an eight-month-old girl, but rul부천안마ed 김해안마on an a파라오 카지노ppeal against having an abortion in cases where she was born with congenital problems.

The court found that the Polish state breached the EU convention on human rights by providing a miscarriage to a woman whose doctors did not have the requisite medical authorisation.

In October, the European Court of Human Rights said Poland had to ensure that the procedure was carried out in a hospital, not a clinic.

Image copyright EPA Image caption Gavrilo Princip’s abortion pill caused the miscarriage of Ms Duda

Gavrilo Princip told the AFP news agency that the woman was an “incurable” patient, but added that she did not wish to “shame the baby” or cause “inhuman pain”.

He was one of three doctors on board when the aborted foetus was delivered to be sent to a health centre in Warsaw.

The ship, whose port is in Gdansk, was carrying five other patients – a pregnant woman, her six children and four other women who had undergone abortions at a hospital in Brno on Friday.

Tuvalu kiribati climate change

Tuvalu kiribati climate change

In order to reach its target, the government needs to increase the carbon intensity of the national economy from 35 per cent to 45 per cent, and reduce its electricity use from 18 per cent to 17 per cent.

In order to get the country to keep carbon footprints below five million tons, the government has been cutting emissions from coal-fired power generation and refining plants by half by 2025.

The energy minister, David Cunliffe, said coal-fired power generation would be reduced as a direct consequence of the new target, but a더킹카지노lso announced plans to incr우리카지노ease the output of hydro-electric power capacity by 15 per cent and the amount of solar power.

Other targets included reducing transport carbon intgospelhitzensity from 41 to 25 per cent, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions in forestry and aquaculture.