The women who travel eight hours to get an abortion
The first new abortion clinic in more than four decades is opening in the US state of Oklahoma, weeks after politicians in the state passed a bill to criminalise abortion.
The measure, which was vetoed by the state's governor, illustrates the deep divisions over the issue.
Existing abortion services are limited in Oklahoma, forcing some women to travel as long as eight hours for treatment elsewhere.
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan (@BBCRajiniv) reports.
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