German parties reach deal on softening Nazi-era abortion law
Doctors would be able to share information about terminations if bill is approved
Tue 29 Jan 2019
Germany’s coalition government agreed in principle on Tuesday to soften a Nazi-era law that forbids doctors from advertising or providing information on abortion services.
It would allow gynaecologists, hospitals and public health services to share essential information about where and how women can terminate unwanted pregnancies.