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Argentina defeats bill to legalise abortion: Pro-Life activists rejoice; Pro-Abortion activists riot, set fires and assault police.

Argentina chooses life as members of the senate reject bill that would legalise abortion in the first 14-weeks of pregnancy. Lawmakers voted 38-31 against the measure, leaving abortion in Argentina only available in cases of rape, severe disabilities or if the mother’s life is in danger. Hundreds of thousands of pro-life supporters rallied in the…


Argentina chooses life as members of the senate reject bill that would legalise abortion in the first 14-weeks of pregnancy. Lawmakers voted 38-31 against the measure, leaving abortion in Argentina only available in cases of rape, severe disabilities or if the mother’s life is in danger.

Hundreds of thousands of pro-life supporters rallied in the streets to hear the decision. Footage shared on social media shows crowds erupt in celebration and fireworks after the result was revealed.

Pro-abortionists also took to the streets in protest following the decision. Anger quickly turned to violence as protesters rioted, lit fires and hurled projectiles at police.

Founder and President of Live Action Lila Rose said on Twitter, "In Ireland, pro-life activists responded to defeat with passionate resolution to protect the lives of the defenseless. In Argentina, abortion activists are setting the city on fire, rioting and clashing with police for the 'right' to kill a child. Which side is the side of peace?"

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