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(1): No more abortions in Alabama In June 2022, the United States Supreme Court reversed the Roe v. Wade ruling, which had given women the right to abortions nationwide since 1973. Alabama also prohibits abortion in cases of incest and rape. The Supreme Court’s decision left states free to ban abortion on their territory. Alabama, a conservative and religious state in the south of the country, was the first to enact a law banning abortions even for rape and incest. The ban on abortion left many women in dire straits, especially the poorest and often African-American women who cannot afford to travel to a state where abortion is still legal. For more than 15 years, Dr. Robinson in one of the last three clinics in Alabama that also performed abortions. Today they are all closed. The gynecologist faces 99 years in prison if she breaks the law – she continues to treat and care for these women within the limits of legality. (2): Abkhazia: To Russia or Georgia? Abkhazia, with its 8,600 square kilometers on the shores of the Black Sea and at the foot of the Caucasus, is under Russian protection. According to international law, Abkhazia is a region of Georgia, but it declared its independence in the early 1990s. Abkhazia is now officially an independent, self-proclaimed republic, diplomatically isolated and recognized primarily by Russia. Since its declaration of independence from Georgia in 1994, Abkhazia has been under Russia’s military and economic tutelage, as has North Ossetia, a little further east, which is also a region of Georgia under international law. Putin’s war against Ukraine is changing the political balance in the region. Will Abkhazia soon be forcibly integrated into the Russian Federation? Or could Georgia use a weakening and Russian withdrawal from Ukraine to retake Abkhazia? The majority of Abkhazia’s 240,000 residents appear to be pro-Russian, but calls for independence from Georgia and Russia have been increasing recently. (3): Argentina: The doctor with the dragons In Argentina, a pediatrician uses unusual methods to bring comfort to his young patients. The Children’s Hospital Dr. Pedro de Elizalde is based entirely on the ideas of Dr. Rubén Sosa, with superheroes and dragons on the walls. The “kite doctor” is a specialist in infectious diseases, and with his unconventional methods he tries to win the trust of the little patients. Argentina, the third largest economy in Latin America, is slipping deeper into poverty every day. Of the 47.3 million inhabitants, 17 million are poor and 4 million live in misery. The Covid-19 pandemic aggravated the situation, especially for children and young people in the poor neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. The dragon doctor is a ray of hope in the great crisis for all of them.

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