33 Countries Declare “There is No Right to Abortion”

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The United States and 32 other nations recently signed the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Promoting Women’s Health and Strengthening the Family, which declares “’there is no international right to abortion” and that the family is “fundamental” to society.

The Geneva Consensus Declaration was co-sponsored by the United States, Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia, and Uganda, and signed by 33 countries in total, representing more than 1.6 billion people.

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and HHS Secretary Alex Azar participated in the virtual signing of the Geneva Consensus Declaration which further strengthens the coalition to achieve these four pillars: (1) better health for women, (2) the preservation of human life, (3) strengthening of family as the foundational unit of society, and (4) protecting every nation’s national sovereignty in global politics.

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Pennsylvania | Philly man held in solitary confinement 33 years must be let off death row, court rules

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Ernest Porter spent 33 years in a 7-by-12-foot cell with a roughly 6-inch-wide window. He was allowed out for 10 hours a week — but leaving the cell meant being strip searched and then shackled. Exercise meant time spent in a cage, alone or with one other prisoner.That was life on death row in Pennsylvania state prison. And Porter’s was among the longest stints in solitary confinement on record,  [read more]

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