In the United Kingdom, 34-year-old Davina Nelid lost her baby after doctors mistook signs of labor as kidney stones.
The British Medical Journal (BMJ) will publish a "study" on July 27, 2015 examining 100 requests for euthanasia for psychiatric reasons in Belgium.
In an unexpected turn, doctors at a hospital in the northern French city of Reims announced Thursday that they had postponed withdrawing food
In India, abortion proponents are upset that the Gujarat High Court has denied a father’s petition to allow his 14-year-old daughter from getting
Apparently "helping" people kill themselves with a fatal dose of drugs is not enough for some assisted suicide proponents, which is why Philip
In London, Charles Bell has admitted to five accounts of rape and was sentenced to 14 and a half years in prison. However, he believes that sentence
New York, NY (CFAM/LifeNews) -- The way in which the UN Human Rights Committee conducted business last week indicates a plan to abandon neutrality
In Portugal, abortion proponents are upset over a new pro-life bill that requires women to receive counseling prior to an abortion and pay for
In the United Kingdom, baby Lily was born at 24-weeks but her parents say she would have died if they took their doctor’s advice.
In the United Kingdom, “right-to-die” activists are upset that their bid to overturn the country’s ban on assisted suicide and voluntary
The Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland today has turned down the request of a teenage girl and her mother who wanted to travel to England for
Currently Canada does not have an Unborn Victims of Violence law, which would recognize the unlawful killing of an unborn child as homicide.
In Australia, a teen with Down syndrome has landed two more modeling campaigns including one with a New York-based lifestyle brand called everMaya