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Nicaragua abortion ban called a threat to lives

Rosa Argentina Rodríguez Bojorge (center rear) is caring for her grandson Lester Antonio Telles Bojorge, 3, whose mother died from pregnancy complications this month. The family believes doctors delayed treatment because of an anti-abortion law.
By Indira A.R. Lakshmanan
Globe Staff / November 26, 2006

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua -- Doctors and women's groups are warning that Nicaragua's ban on all abortions -- even to save the mother -- will endanger the lives of thousands of women every year. (Full article: 1319 words)

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