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U.N. to Spotlight Ecuador's Punitive Abortion Law

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

This week international groups are joining Ecuadoran women and girls to urge the U.N. to press Ecuador's government to reform its abortion laws. Currently unsafe abortion is the second leading cause of injury in women and girls in the country.

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