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For Victims of Wartime Rape, Abortion Out of Reach

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Here's what one Kenyan woman says about being forced to carry through a pregnancy that resulted from a rape during a conflict period. Obama could end such suffering by clarifying that U.S. law actually does allow abortion funding in such circumstances, a health activist says.

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