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International Planned Parenthood Federation Performs Over One Million Abortions in 2016, Report Shows



One of the world’s most extensive and prolific abortion networks has passed a tragic milestone. In 2016, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), for the first time reported in its history, aborted more than one million unborn baby boys and girls in a single year. The final death toll for 2016: 1,094,679 children lost through surgical or chemical abortion[1]—roughly the equivalent of the population of Austin, Texas. IPPF also performed an additional 3.6 million …

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Global Monitor



Brits and Abortion Despite what Planned Parenthood and other anti-life organizations would like us to believe, many adults in Britain believe the number of abortions being performed in their country should be reduced, according to a poll by Communicate Research for Choose Life. Surprising some critics, the poll found that 53% of those responding said they believe the number of abortions in Britain is too high. Abortion has been legal in Britain since 1967. Currently, …

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Immigrants Flood Into Europe



“It doesn’t matter if we Spaniards do not have enough children, as long as foreign migrants come to Spain and have kids here,” the head of a major conservative Spanish think tank said to me a couple of years ago. I had suggested to him that the center-right Partido Popular—now the governing party in Spain—promote pro-natal policies. But can immigration really make up for Spain’s growing birth deficit? Since 2011, when we had our conversation, …

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Euthanasia In Europe: From Horror To Hope



The tide is turning against euthanasia in Europe. Now is the time for those who value human life to press forward to ban the kind of misconceived “mercy killing” that afflicts the Netherlands.

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From the Countries: Abortion Numbers Decline



A new abortion study, “Induced Abortion Rates and Trends Worldwide,” was published in The Lancet recently. The study was a collaborative effort between the Guttmacher Institute and the World Health Organization. It was completed with the intention of documenting trends worldwide. Researchers found that between the years 1995 and 2003, abortion rates declined by 15 percent, from about 46 million to 42 million. Worldwide, there were an estimated 205 million pregnancies; about 20 percent of …

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World Bank to Continue Promoting Abortion (Lifesite News)



World Bank to Continue Promoting Abortion in Developing Nations After US Drops Opposition: PRI’s Stephen Mosher upset at the Bush Administration’s "failure to stay the course" on the issue Lifesite News By John-Henry Westen Wednesday May 2, 2007 WASHINGTON, May 2, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An attempt by the United States to get the World Bank out of the population control business has failed after opposition from EU countries led the United States to back down.  …

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Global Monitor



Brits and Abortion Despite what Planned Parenthood and other anti-life organizations would like us to believe, many adults in Britain believe the number of abortions being performed in their country should be reduced, according to a poll by Communicate Research for Choose Life. Surprising some critics, the poll found that 53% of those responding said they believe the number of abortions in Britain is too high. Abortion has been legal in Britain since 1967. Currently, …

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From the Countries



India’s Missing Women Middle-class families determined to have male heirs, according to a survey of more than a million families, have aborted at least 10 million female babies in India in the past 20 years. The study by the British medical journal, The Lancet, also found that sex determination in pregnancy and selective abortion accounts for 500,000 missing girls each year. This deficit is deepest among the educated. Ultrasound equipment was introduced in India in …

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