Deeply disappointing for some. A reason to celebrate for others.
After an historic senate vote on Wednesday, Argentina is still "without legal abortion," the front page of today's La Voz reads.
The high-stakes session played out "as expected," the Córdoba-based daily reports, with senators voting 38-31 against a bill that would have allowed women in the predominately Catholic country to terminate pregnancies through the 14th week.
The decision came nearly two months after Argentina's lower of house of Congress took the surprising step of approving the measure, which was opposed by native son Pope Francis but backed by a modest majority of the country's citizens, poll numbers suggest.
Can you trust environmental officials?
It could have sunk because of the rain.
Women from the Surkha village have to travel several kilometers to find potable water
A questionnable claim
Living in pollution
The mining work should have been stopped long ago
The mine has affected the landscape around the villages
Resisting lignite mining
They were dependent on others' land for work.
"We let them have our land for over 20 years," says Gohil.