Australia's Northern Territory decriminalises abortion
21 March 2017
Australia's Northern Territory has decriminalised abortion as part of wide-ranging reforms on the medical termination of pregnancy.
Chief Minister Michael Gunner said the laws bring the territory in line with the rest of Australia.
The reforms legalise the use of abortion drugs, such as RU486, up to nine weeks into a pregnancy.
They also allow medical terminations to happen in specialist clinics, instead of solely in city hospitals.
Continued at source: BBC: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-39335371