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Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny has attempted to quell fallout over contentious changes to abortion rules by claiming that law on the procedure is not being changed.

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Savita Halappanavar died from septicaemia and a rare strain of E.coli

‘Abortion could have saved dentist’s life,’ inquest hears

Savita Halappanavar, the Indian dentist who died after a miscarriage in an Irish hospital, would probably still be alive if a termination had been carried out before there was a substantial risk to her life, an expert witness has said.

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Savita Halappanavar inquest: Indian dentist who died from miscarriage would probably still be alive if she'd been allowed termination, says expert

An Indian dentist who died after a miscarriage in an Irish hospital would probably be alive if a termination could have legally been carried out before there was a substantial risk to her life, an expert has said.

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Experts say it's time for hospitals to pay more attention to the partners of women who experience difficult labours

Dying mother told abortion a 'Catholic thing'

A senior midwife told an Indian woman her baby could not be terminated as she miscarried in an Irish hospital because “it’s a Catholic thing”, an inquest has heard.

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Gaddafi daughter thrown out of Algeria after 'starting fires'

The daughter of Muammar Gaddafi has been granted asylum in Oman after she was thrown out of her safe house in Algeria for repeatedly setting fires and attacking guards in fits of rage over her situation, it emerged last night.

Human placenta found in an ice cream tub in London

Police are worried that a vulnerable woman may have given birth and require medical attention

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Baby girl born on packed commuter train just an hour after hospital told mum to go home

A baby girl was born on a London commuter train less than an hour after her mother was sent home from hospital, relatives claimed last night.

Pregnant asylum-seekers ‘at risk’ of developing mental and physical health problems

Pregnant asylum seekers in Britain are at “serious risk” of developing mental and physical health problems as a result of systemic failings, a report claims.

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