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South Korea's set to revise its unconstitutional abortion laws

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South Korea's set to revise its unconstitutional abortion laws

South Korea's set to revise its unconstitutional abortion laws

In a historic court decision, South Korea's 66-year-old law on abortions has been ruled unconstitutional.

The country's parliament has been ordered to revise it by the end of 2020.

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