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MAY 15, 2015 - Huffington Post

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Chafik Chraïbi Is Leading The Charge For Safe, Legal Abortion in Morocco

Chafik Chraïbi is a doctor distinguished by his courage. The 59-year-old, born in Fez, Morocco, has devoted years of his distinguished career as an OB-GYN to fighting for safer abortions in his home country. Chraïbi is the president of the Moroccan Association of the Fight Against Clandestine Abortion (AMLAC), and has vocally supported the reform of Morocco’s abortion laws. As ...

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MAY 10, 2015 - Yahoo! News

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Joy in Monaco: Royal twins are baptized in ceremony

MONACO (AP) — Monaco has welcomed with joy the baptism of the principality's five-month-old royal baby twins.

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MAY 09, 2015 - The Guardian

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Should the poet laureate have to write about the royal birth?

Princess Charlotte is now a week old, but so far there has been no news of a Carol Ann Duffy poem to commemorate her birth It’s now a week since Princess Charlotte was born and, as we went to press, still nothing from the poet laureate. I think we can assume that Carol Ann Duffy is not going to be ...

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MAY 08, 2015 - New York Post

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Monkey keeps name ‘Charlotte’ since William and Kate don’t seem to mind

Oita city officials settled a national debate over whether calling the monkey Charlotte offends her British royal namesake, Prince William and Princess Kate's new baby daughter Charlotte.

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MAY 08, 2015 - Forbes

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New Royal Baby Poised to Create Spikes in Retail Demand

The Centre for Retail Research has suggested the birth of the royal princess could impact the British economy by £150m. But retailers must prepare to benefit from this spike in demand, according to the e-commerce software and omni-channel solutions provider, hybris.

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