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French anti-abortionists: A small but vocal minority


France's National Assembly will see two proposed laws tabled in the coming days, each requesting that the right to abortion be enshrined in the Constitution. Although the vast majority of French people support abortion rights, there is a small but vocal group of activists fighting against it.

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