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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the country’s decades-long ban on abortions is incompatible with the constitution, setting up a likely easing of restrictions. Abortions have been illegal in South Korea since 1953 except for a few exceptions, such as when a woman is raped. Convictions for violating the […]
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