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As U.S. Poised To Restrict Abortion, Other Nations Ease Access


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Under changes in 2021, a woman can also seek an abortion up to 24 weeks under certain circumstances such as rape or incest, though it requires approval from two doctors.China is moving to limit abortions, but that’s because it has one of the highest rates of abortions in the world.Last September, the Chinese cabinet, known as the State Council, published new national guidelines that require hospitals to “reduce non-medically necessary abortions.” In February, China’s family planning association announced it would launch a campaign to reduce teenage abortions.When the U.S. Supreme Court’s final decision is handed down, expected in late June or early July, the world will be watching.“While moves to decriminalize and legalize abortion in places like Argentina, Ireland, Mexico and Colombia in the last few years have been a huge win for the global community,” Agnes Callamard, secretary-general of the human rights group Amnesty International, said in a statement, “there are grim signs that the United States is out of step with the progress that the rest of the world is making in protecting sexual and reproductive rights.”___Sherman reported from Mexico City.

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