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New Delhi :: India | 3 days ago

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For nuclear development, India must be part of a stable liability regime. A constitutional bench of the Supreme Court is presently hearing a petition relating to questions of assisted dying, withdrawal of life support and euthanasia, which have been

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 days ago

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Senior Lecturer, Law School at University of Tasmania If Senator Richard di Natale were to win the federal parliament's support for his bill to legalise euthanasia, it would probably override state bans. AAP/Lukas Coch Greeens senator Richard Di

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London :: United Kingdom | 13 days ago

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There is a profound gulf between those who see assisted dying as a fundamental human right for the terminally ill and those who fear that right could easily turn into a duty for the disabled and vulnerable. It was the case of the late Tony Nicklinson,

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London :: United Kingdom | 13 days ago

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The bill before the House of Lords would allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose to terminally ill patients with less than six months to live. Supporters say it would give people control over when they die. But Baroness Ilora Finlay, an adviser to

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London :: United Kingdom | 13 days ago

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Even before its second reading in the House of Lords, Lord Falconer's assisted dying bill has been stirring up controversy. High level support for the bill from important religious leaders such as former archbishops George Carey and Desmond Tutu, as

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Seattle :: WA :: USA | 14 days ago

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A day after the Supreme Court gave notices to all states and Union Territories seeking their views on legalising passive euthanasia within eight weeks, Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren today expressed strong disapproval, stating any such law

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Worcester :: MA :: USA | 14 days ago

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John Inge, bishop of Worcester, said that if assisted dying were legal he might have felt pressured to encourage his wife to end her life. Photograph: Christopher Jones/Rex Features Legalising assisted dying will put unreasonable pressure on

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Zurich :: Switzerland | 14 days ago

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Guardian staff Files at the Dignitas offices in Zurich, Switzerland. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian In April 2002, the Netherlands became the first country to legalise euthanasia and assisted suicide. It imposed a strict set of conditions:

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Auckland :: New Zealand | 15 days ago

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This week, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu spoke in favour of assisted dying in a column in the UK's Observer...Dignity SA founder Sean Davison joined us in studio to speak about assisted dying. Davison is especially passionate about the topic after

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Zurich :: Switzerland | 16 days ago

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Emma Thelwell, News24 You could see Madiba was not fully there...Voicing his support for euthanasia for the terminally ill, Tutu questioned why a life that is ending should be prolonged at any cost. The money could be better spent on a mother giving

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