In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, abortion rights activists protest outside a hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after a judge intervened in the scheduled abortion of a woman rescued from a prostitution ring. Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, that the 32-years old woman must be allowed to have the abortion she wants. Argentina allows legal abortions in rape cases or to protect a woman's health. But politicians, doctors and judges often continue to block them. (AP Photo/ Raul Ferrari, Telam)

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, abortion rights activists protest outside a hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after a judge intervened in the scheduled abortion of a woman rescued from a prostitution ring. Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, that the 32-years old woman must be allowed to have the abortion she wants. Argentina allows legal abortions in rape cases or to protect a woman's health. But politicians, doctors and judges often continue to block them. (AP Photo/ Raul Ferrari, Telam)
In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, abortion rights activists protest outside a hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after a judge intervened in the scheduled abortion of a woman rescued from a prostitution ring. Argentina's Supreme Court ruled Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, that the 32-years old woman must be allowed to have the abortion she wants. Argentina allows legal abortions in rape cases or to protect a woman's health. But politicians, doctors and judges often continue to block them. (AP Photo/ Raul Ferrari, Telam)
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