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World Mexican police clash with pro-abortion protesters

04:06  29 september  2020
04:06  29 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Mexico City to demonstrate against Mexico 's Supreme Court decision to reject an injunction that could have decriminalised abortions . UP NEXT. NOW PLAYING: News. Protesters clash with police over abortion rights.

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text: Riot police protect themselves during clashes with supporters of the legalization of abortion nationwide in Mexico, in Mexico City © Alfredo ESTRELLA Riot police protect themselves during clashes with supporters of the legalization of abortion nationwide in Mexico, in Mexico City

Hundreds of women marched through Mexico's capital Monday to demand nationwide legalization of abortion, leading to clashes with police who blocked their way.

Protesters gathered near the capital's historic center to head to the central plaza but were stopped by female police officers with shields, AFP journalists reported.

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Police used pepper spray against demonstrators who sprayed paint along the route of the march to mark International Safe Abortion Day.

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Mexican federal police clash with teachers during a protest against an education reform and the arrest of two of its leaders, in Oaxaca State, on According to published reports in the Mexican media, rows of riot police faced off against masses of protesters , with buses blocking the road between

Some police officers sustained minor injuries, Mexico City official Arturo Medina told local television.

The protesters want abortion, which is only allowed in the Mexican capital and the southwestern state of Oaxaca, to be decriminalized throughout the country of 128 million.

Mexican feminist groups have started to take a more hardline stance in the face of growing violence against women.

Ten women are murdered every day in Mexico, according to official figures, and many of the crimes go unpunished.

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Gallery: Abortion rights campaigners clash with police in Mexico City (Reuters)

a man that is on fire: A member of a feminist collective throws a Molotov cocktail during a protest to mark the International Safe Abortion Day in Mexico City, Mexico September 28, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso

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At the presidential debate, Trump continued to use rhetoric that will only make tensions worse.Trump has characterized the protests as violent, even though more than 90 percent of thousands of protests nationwide have been peaceful. He’s dismissed protesters’ concerns, promising to “DEFEND OUR POLICE” rather than pursue policing reforms. He’s refused to criticize a vigilante shooter who killed two demonstrators and was charged with murder.

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