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Savita Halappanavar 2nd death anniversary: Protests held in Ba...

Bangalore, Oct 29: The dark memories of the tragic and untimely death of 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar became fresh on her second death anniversary on October 28, Tuesday. In Bangalore, protesters took to the streets to mark the second death ... Oneindia, 1 day ago

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Irish Independent

Hundreds remember Savita by candlelight

HUNDREDS gathered in Dublin and Galway last night for candlelit vigils to mark the second anniversary of Savita Halappanavar's tragic death. Up to 200 people attended the vigil in Dublin, while around 150 turned out in Galway. The crowds gathered ...
 Irish Independent2 days ago Savita Halappanavar remembered at candlelight vigils in Galway and Dublin  Irish Times2 days ago 2 years on, Savita's father upset over Irish inaction  Times of India2 days ago Vigil held on anniversary of Savita Halappanavar's death  Irish Times2 days ago
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Protests held in Bangalore on second death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar

Bangalore: Scores of protesters took to the streets in Bangalore to mark the second death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar, who was denied an abortion in Ireland in 2012. Gathering in the city on Tuesday, the protesters demanded a revision ...
 ABP Live2 days ago Bangalore remembers Savita Halappanavar who died in Ireland 2 years ago  New Delhi News.Net1 day ago Death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar: Irish activists pop abortion pills, defy ban  Times of India2 days ago Protests held on second death anniversary of Savita Halappanavar  UCAN India1 day ago
Irish Times

Savita Halappanavar review due next month

The interim chair ofSaolta,formerly the HSE's West North West Hospital Group,has said a review of Galway University Hospital's implementation of recommendations made following the death of Savita Halappanavar will be published next month. John ...
 RTE Online3 weeks ago Review of Savita obstetrician finds no safety or quality issues  Irish Times1 month ago Halappanavar death Irish medical team disciplined  Hindustan Times1 month ago Savita Halappanavar case: No suspension, dismissal of staffers  First Post.com1 month ago
Irish Independent

Savita's widower kept in the dark about disciplinary action

SAVITA Halappanavar's husband was not informed about the disciplinary action taken against nine people on the medical team who cared for his wife in the days before she died. Galway University Hospital has refused to identify the staff to protect ...
 Irish Independent1 month ago Disciplinary action in Savita case 'a cop out'  Irish Independent1 month ago Staff disciplined over Savita Halappanavar death  RTE Online1 month ago Nine staff disciplined for care given to Savita Halappanavar before her death  Irish Independent1 month ago
Irish Times

Slow response to Halappanavar report

Only one of the State's 39 hospitals ranked excellent for its implementation of recommendations made on foot of the death of Savita Halappanavar, according to an internal HSE report earlier this year. Six out of 10 hospitals gave themselves the ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
Irish Times

Review: Between Trees and Water

Be Between Trees and Water is set in 1939, but it cuts chillingly close to the bone in light of the recent Savita Halappanavar case. It is the 75-year-old story of Bridie Kirk, the victim of a fatal illegal abortion in a lodging house in Cork. ...
 Irish Times1 month ago
Slate Magazine

Suicidal Immigrant Woman in Ireland Denied an Abortion, Forced Into a C-Section at 25 Weeks

Demonstrators in Dublin march in memory of Savita Halappanavar and against Ireland's tough abortion restrictions in 2012. Photo by Peter Muhly/AFP/ After the death of Savita Halappanavar, who died in 2012 from sepsis after she was denied an ...
 Slate Magazine2 months ago Abortion in Ireland: Woman tells how she almost bled to death after taking abortion pills  Irish Mirror1 day ago Abortion activists want yes or no referendum  Irish Examiner2 days ago Majority of Irish Voters Want Referendum on Liberalising Abortion Law  MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago

9 staff disciplined over Savita case

[Posted: Thu 11/09/2014 by Deborah Condon] Nine staff involved in the care of Savita Halappanaver at University Hospital Galway (UHG) prior to her death in October 2012 have been the subject of disciplinary action, the HSE has ...
 Irish Health.com1 month ago Staff disciplined over Savita care  UTV1 month ago Almost a third of Savita healthcare staff 'disciplined'  Irish Examiner1 month ago
Irish Independent

Pro-choice activists travel on 'abortion pill train' to Belfast

Defiant pro-choice activists re-created the landmark contraceptive train of the 1970s earlier today by travelling to Belfast to bring back illegal abortion pills. Up to 30 women and pro-choice TDs travelled the abortion pill train and took the ...
 Irish Independent2 days ago Pro-choice activists board 'abortion pill train' to Belfast  Irish Independent2 days ago Activists take train to Belfast to get abortion pills and say they plan to take them  TheJournal.ie2 days ago Militant pro-abortion ninjas on the streets of Dublin today  Politics.ie1 month ago
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