Polish police arrest 15 folks after protests towards Reuters’ abortion ruling
© Reuters. People protest against further restrictions on abortion rights in Poland in Warsaw
WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish police arrested 15 people after protests in Warsaw late Thursday against an almost complete ban on abortion, a police spokesman said on Friday.
The Polish Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that abortion was unconstitutional due to fetal defects and banned the most common of the few legal reasons for ending pregnancy in the largely Catholic country.
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