Irish abortion laws to blame for woman’s death, say parents

The Guardian – The parents of the woman who died after being refused an abortion in a Galway hospital have blamed Ireland&#39;s abortion laws for her death.<br />
Their accusation comes as a legal expert in Ireland said it would have been lawful to offer Savita Halappanavar a termination that she and her husband believed would have saved her life.<br />
Protests over her death and the near-total ban on abortion in Ireland are growing with demonstrations taking place on Thursday night in Belfast and on Friday in Derry, and a major pro choice rally is being organised for Dublin on Saturday, with more than 3,000 people already have joined a Facebook page saying they will take part. <a href="" target="_blank">Lire la suite</a></p>