‘I had to wait for a stillbirth’
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Abortion in Ireland: ‘I had to wait for a stillbirth’

Ireland has a near-total ban on abortion, pushing thousands of women every year to travel abroad and others to break the law by taking abortion pills.

Ahead of planned protests against the law on Wednesday, we spoke to women affected by the law, and the campaigners from both sides of a bitter divide.

Read the full story: The fight for choice

Video produced by Mohamed Madi and Joel Gunter.

  • 08 Mar 2017
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