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The movement to decriminalize and legalize abortion in Argentina has been an ongoing fight. Activists came close in 2018, fueled by a powerful grassroots movement of women with green handkerchiefs, though the Senate then voted down the bill. But, in the homeland of Pope Francis, a majority Roman Catholic country, the movement has found an ally in President Alberto Fernández. So why now?
In this episode: We're in our Buenos Aires bureau with Teresa Bo (@TeresaBo), Al Jazeera journalist covering Latin America.
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