U.S. Supreme Court takes up Texas abortion case, lets ban remainUnited States · 11:02 PM UTC
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on Nov. 1 a challenge to a Texas law that imposes a near-total ban on the procedure and lets private citizens enforce it - a case that could dramatically curtail abortion access in the United States if the justices endorse the measure's unique design.
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'Fridays for Future' activists in Bern demand climate strike ahead of COP26
Banner-waving climate activists rallied outside the Swiss parliament on Friday in support of a Global Climate Strike that youth movement Fridays for Future had called for ahead of the UN climate summit COP26.