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SundayJanuary 22, 2012

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7 Killed, Others Injured When Gunmen Kills Mourners inside Chapel in Mexico

7 Killed, Others Injured When Gunmen Kills Mourners inside Chapel in Mexico

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On Saturday night, January 21, a group of armed men burst into a chapel in the community of Corral Falso, in the municipality of Atoyac de Alvarez, and opened fire on the faithful who had gathered in prayer for the mass of a community member killed the previous week. 

The toll of the tragic violence is seven were killed and five were injured, according to a statement from the Attorney General in the region of Guerrero.

The police said they had received a phone call on Saturday night, January 21, which denounced that three men had fired on a group of faithful. The agents of the State Police then visited the scene, where they found the dead and wounded. These were taken to the general hospital Atoyac de Alvarez for medical care.

At the same time of the Corral Falso incident, there were 2 other episodes of violence in the area of the coast, in the municipality of Benito Juarez, in the region of San Jeronimo, and in the municipality of San Marcos, in the region of the Costa Chica. The total is a another 15 more deaths.

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U.S. Immigration Services Improves Access to Legal Counsel for Immigrants

U.S. Immigration Services Improves Access to Legal Counsel for Immigrants

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During its nine-year history, issues have arisen with respect to restrictions on counsel by the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration agencies. Tuesday, in response to calls from the American Immigration Council and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued immediate, comprehensive changes to their policies to ensure an appropriate role for attorneys in the immigration process.

Many non-citizens are forced to navigate the immigration process without representation because they cannot afford an attorney.  But even persons who can afford one, or are represented by a pro bono attorney, have at times faced severe restrictions on their representation.  This is particularly troublesome given the significant power USCIS officers wield.  For example, they decide whether a non-citizen is entitled to stay in the U.S. or not.  The assistance of an attorney well versed in the complexities of immigration law can help safeguard the rights of these non-citizens and ensure just outcomes. 

By revising its guidance, USCIS has responded to some of the most serious access concerns.  For example, the new guidance provides that an attorney generally may sit next to his or her client during an interview, may be permitted to submit relevant documents to the USCIS officer, and may raise objections to inappropriate lines of questioning.

The American Immigration Council looks forward to commenting on the new guidance and working with the agency to make sure it is followed.  The other immigration agencies – Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement – should take note of USCIS’s commitment to improving access to counsel and take similar steps to recognize the meaningful role that attorneys play in protecting noncitizens’ rights.

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Liberian Grounded Vessel Blocking Argentina’s Main Shipping Port

Liberian Grounded Vessel Blocking Argentina’s Main Shipping Port

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A Liberian-flagged vessel that ran aground last Tuesday near the port of Rosario, Argentina’s main grain export hub, is blocking some 20 cargo ships from leaving the port, local media reported Sunday.

After taking on a load of wheat at the port, the vessel ran aground due to the fall in the water level in the Parana River, which at Rosario, in the central province of Santa Fe, on Saturday stood at 1.74 meters (5.66 feet), spokesmen for the Naval Prefecture said.

The situation has resulted in obstructing the departure of about 20 cargo ships and port terminals in the area have suspended granting authorization for shipments of wheat and corn.

“Significant delays in port and navigation operations are occurring, since vessels that finish their loading cannot set sail, and (the vessels) in the Rio de la Plata cannot navigate (and are) waiting to be able to come up to the loading (areas),” said Alberto Tello, an official with the Rosario Maritime Center.

The loading terminals in this part of Argentina, one of the world’s main grain exporters, “also are finding themselves terribly affected since they cannot fulfill their commitments,” Tello told the daily El Litoral.

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National Latina Institute Applauds Obama Decision to Uphold Birth Control Coverage

National Latina Institute Applauds Obama Decision to Uphold Birth Control Coverage

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This week, the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH) celebrated the Obama Administration’s decision to require that health plans cover preventive health care, including birth control, with no co-pays.

“We applaud President Obama’s decision to reject an enormous and harmful expansion that would have denied coverage for birth control for millions of women,” said Jessica González-Rojas, executive director of NLIRH. “We talked with Latina women around the country, and they are overwhelmingly in support of contraceptive coverage; no matter where they fall on the political spectrum.”

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued the standard earlier this year after the nonpartisan Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommended birth control be covered as a women’s preventive service and therefore offered with no co-pays under the new Affordable Care Act. Some organizations and lawmakers, however, wanted the Obama administration to add an enormous, harmful, wide-reaching exemption to this rule.

This decision directly impacts nearly one million people (and their dependents) who work at Catholic hospitals, as well as approximately 2 million students and workers at religiously affiliated universities. That’s millions of American workers who will soon gain a benefit that finally makes an essential health care service affordable.

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 50% of women age 18-34, including Latinas, say there has been a time when cost of prescription birth control interfered with their ability to use it consistently.

Research conducted by NLIRH also shows that Latinas want the full range of birth control options available to them. And birth control use is nearly universal in the United States: 99 percent of sexually experienced women will have used birth control at some point in their lives, including 98 percent of sexually experienced Catholic women.

In November, the National Latina Institute and 20 other local and national organizations that advocate for Latinos issued a letter to President Obama urging him to “reject efforts that put the preferences of insurance companies and employers over the right of women to make their own contraceptive health decisions in consultation with their doctors.”

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Newt Gingrich Promises Florida Primary Voters Peaceful End to Castro Regime in Cuba

Newt Gingrich Promises Florida Primary Voters Peaceful End to Castro Regime in Cuba

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Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich, who has rebounded in recent voter surveys, promised Sunday that if he wins the U.S. presidency in November he will seek a peaceful end to the Castro dictatorship in Cuba.

Gingrich made his remarks on Cuba in a communique in English and Spanish released by his campaign in response to the death of Cuban dissident Wilman Villar last Thursday.

The 31-year-old Villar had been sentenced in November to four years behind bars for disrespecting authority and resisting arrest. He died on Thursday after a 50-day hunger strike, according to Cuban dissident sources, who blamed the island’s communist government for the “avoidable” death.

Villar’s death, Gingrich said, is one more reminder of the nature of the “illegitimate” regime of the Castro brothers.

Villar joins the “long list of martyrs” who have paid the ultimate price for the freedom of their nations, Gingrich said.

The former House speaker, who handily won the South Carolina Republic primary on the weekend, said that the aim of his administration, if he wins the national election in November, will be for the free Cuban people and their free government to join the United States in supporting democracy throughout the Americas.

To do that, it is necessary to bring “real change” and conservative leadership to Washington, said Gingrich, one of four Republican candidates hoping to win their party’s presidential nomination to go up against and defeat President Barack Obama in the Nov. 6 election.

Gingrich, who led the House from 1995-1999, accused the president of not wanting to “tell the truth” about the threats facing the United States, including the danger to freedom in the Western Hemisphere.

The former Georgia congressman called Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Fidel and Raul Castro “tyrants,” adding that they are cooperating more and more closely with the foreign enemies of the United States at the same time that they are undermining responsible governments in the Americas.

Also, Gingrich reiterated the Republican complaint that Obama is apologizing in the name of the United States for his foreign policy and, by doing so, he has alienated the pro-U.S. governments and leaders in the Americas, taking the side of the allies of Chavez and other leftists.

Obama’s “weakness” is provocative, said Gingrich, insisting that the United States must unequivocally and without apology come down on the side of freedom for the Cuban people.

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Marco Scutaro Leaves Red Sox for Colorado Rockies

Marco Scutaro Leaves Red Sox for Colorado Rockies

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Venezuelan shortstop, Marco Scutaro has been traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Colorado Rockies for pitcher Clayton Mortensen.

The Rockies will now shoulder Scutaro’s $6 million salary and get his skills as shortstop and second base man.  The 36-year-old had one of his best seasons last year with a hitting record of .299, 7 home runs and 54 RBIs. 

Scutaro was born in San Felipe, Venezuela and in his professional career has played for the New York Mets, Oakland As, Toronto Blue Jays and most recently for Boston. 

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1,300 Year Old Kiln Used by Ancient Zapotecs Discovered in Mexico

1,300 Year Old Kiln Used by Ancient Zapotecs Discovered in Mexico

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Mexican archaeologists have discovered in the southern part of the country a kiln used by the ancient Zapotecs to make ceramics more than 1,300 years ago, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said.

The pre-Columbian kilm was discovered in the Atzompa Archaeological Zone in Oaxaca state, which will be opened to the public this year, INAH said in a communique.

It added that this is one of the best preserved ceramic kilns ever found in the Zapotec area, and noted Oaxaca’s long tradition in making pottery.

According to Wednesday’s communique, the kiln “is a link between the pre-Columbian pottery tradition and the artisanal ceramics currently made in the community of Santa Maria Atzompa, establishing the connection between today’s inhabitants and their ancestors.”

Archaeologist Jaime Vera, head of the excavation, said the kiln “is thought to date back to the first years of the pre-Columbian settlement of the area, in other words, more than 1,300 years ago, which is deduced from the ceramics found with it.”

Another element that allows the kiln to be dated is the depth at which it was found - 2.2 meters (7 feet 2 1/2 inches) - “far below the layer of stucco that covered it, and which corresponds to that era, the archaeologist said, adding that further studies will be made to confirm its antiquity.

It was in the excavation period between March and December 2011 that the kiln was completely uncovered allowing its principal characteristics to be observed: a cylindrical adobe wall and shelves for placing the objects to be fired.

The kiln consists of a cylindrical adobe wall measuring 2.1 meters (6 feet 11 inches) from the surface to the firing shelves arranged in convergent lines toward the center, and a downdraft vent in the lower part approximately 20 centimeters (8 inches) wide,” Vera said.

He said that “while today’s kilns are not identical in dimensions or shelf arrangement, they do perserve certain basic elements and the function as a space for firing ceramics.”

The Atzompa Archaeological Zone, approximately 4 square kilometers (1 1/2 square miles), existed as a small satellite village of the Zapotec city of Monte Alban during the Late Classic period (650 B.C.to 900 B.C.) when the latter’s growing population expanded beyond its boundaries.

The work to provide the Atzompa Archaeological Zone with the necessary infrastructure will continue, since it is one of the pre-Columbian sits that will be opened to the public this year, INAH said.

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BREAKING NEWS:  Gabby Giffords Announces She Will Resign, Watch YouTube Announcement (Video)

BREAKING NEWS:  Gabby Giffords Announces She Will Resign, Watch YouTube Announcement (Video)

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Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords just announced she is stepping down from Congress this week via a You Tube video.  Watch it here.  She thanks everyone for their prayers and tells everyone that she has more work to do for her recovery.

Giffords was critically wounded by a gunshot to the head last year during a shooting rampage in Tucson. Six people died and 12 other people were wounded.

Her doctors say she is making significant advances in speech, motor skills and life skills.


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Miracle: Futbolist Salvador Cabanas Makes Professional Comeback in Spite of Bullet Lodged in Skull

Miracle: Futbolist Salvador Cabanas Makes Professional Comeback in Spite of Bullet Lodged in Skull

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When futbol player, Salvador Cabañas was shot back on January 25, 2010 no one thought that he would survive the close range bullet to the head or that he would return to professional playing when the bullet remained in his skull.

The former Paraguay and Club America striker has proven everyone wrong much to the delight of all his supporters in Latin America.  This past Friday the 31-year-old soccer player returned to the field for 15-minutes of play with the division three ‘Club 12 de Octobre’ in Paraguay.

The striker has limited vision in his left eye and otherwise has been deemed healthy by his doctors in spite of having the bullet lodged inside him.

Cabañas was shot in the bathroom of a bar in Mexico City with the entire incident being captured on video tape.  Narco Jose Jorge Balderas was arrested a year after the shooting, allegedly the pair fought over futbol, Cabañas maintains it was a robbery.

Cabañas was the most prolific goal maker for all the Americas in 2007 and had strong seasons all the way up to the day he was shot. 

 

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Shooting Spree in Guatemala Disco Leaves 5 Dead, 20 Wounded

Shooting Spree in Guatemala Disco Leaves 5 Dead, 20 Wounded

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At least five people were killed and more than 20 others wounded when gunmen armed with assault rifles opened fire at a disco in Villa Nueva, a city in the southern part of the Guatemala City metropolitan area, a National Civilian Police, or PNC, spokesman said Sunday.

Three unidentified men were pronounced dead at the scene and two others died after arrival at a hospital emergency room.

The gunmen opened fire around midnight at the El Ranchon nightclub in Villa Nueva, a high-crime area, the PNC spokesman said.

“There are more than 20 people with gunshot wounds as a result of this attack,” the PNC spokesman said.

The wounded are being treated at Guatemala City’s Roosevelt Hospital, the police spokesman said.

Investigators found five M-16 assault rifles and dozens of bullet casings at the crime scene, as well as the taxi used by the gunmen to reach the disco.

Villa Nueva, which is home to nearly 1 million people, has been plagued by crime for years due to the presence of street gangs that have carved out chunks of the city as their turf.

This is the first mass murder to occur since President Otto Perez Molina took office earlier this month, vowing to use an “iron hand” and the army to deal with crime.

An average of 16 murders per day, according to official figures, occurred in 2011 in Guatemala, making the country one of the most violent in Latin America.

Officials have blamed youth gangs and drug traffickers for the uptick in violence.

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Selena and Justin Rock at Benefit Concert for UNICEF (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez rocked the House of Blues in West Hollywood this weekend at her concert benefiting UNICEF.  The teen darling donned purple and blue streaks in her hair to greet her VIP guest list that included beau Justin Bieber, and gal pal Ashley Tisdale.

Also seen in the audience rocking to Selena and her band, The Scene, was David Beckham and family.  The star told her adoring fans she didn’t have a play list so that could ask her to sing whatever they wanted.

Selena brought the house to tears when she sang ‘The House that Built Me’ in honor of her mother that recently suffered a miscarriage.

Selena has been a UNICEF Ambassador since 2009 advocating for the world’s most vulnerable children by participating in numerous campaigns, events and initiatives on behalf of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. 

Gomez is the youngest UNICEF Ambassador.

She notes on her website: “Giving back has always been important to me. This concert allows me to connect with my fans in person which is one of the best parts of my job and to raise money for important causes at the same time I can’t think of anything I would enjoy doing more.”

Gomez and friends raised $200,000 for UNICEF.


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WATCH J Lo Bashing Video Over her Fiat Commerical (VIDEO)

WATCH J Lo Bashing Video Over her Fiat Commerical (VIDEO)

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Poor J Lo, well actually she’s not poor in the fiscal sense, can’t cut a break.  First there’s the disappointing ratings for American Idol and now a anti-Iran organization is coming after her.  Apparently, United Against a Nuclear Iran (UANI) isn’t happy with Jennifer’s affiliation, albeit a capitalist one, with Fiat. 

Fiat, an Italian car company continues to do business with one of the world’s mecca’s for human right abuses.

UANI has taken its pro-human rights message right to J Lo’s wallet claiming she “supports terrorists” because of the commercials she did promoting FIAT.  The organization wants her to publicly disavow herself from the company and come out in defense of human rights, instead of just her human rights. 

Either way UANI is reaping the benefits of bashing our Jenni from the block: fan mail and issue awareness has never been higher for UANI. 

Maybe J Lo should of stuck with hawking her clothes at Kohl’s. 

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Kate del Castillo Defends Free Speech, Calls Herself “Pretty Ignorant and Uncultured”

Kate del Castillo Defends Free Speech, Calls Herself “Pretty Ignorant and Uncultured”

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Mexican actress Kate del Castillo rejected comments by journalists on the “Tercer Grado” (Third Degree) program criticizing a letter she published on Twitter giving her thoughts on marriage, sex, religion and politics.

In a new tweet on her Twitter account, the actress, though she calls herself “pretty ignorant and uncultured,” defends her right to express herself, raise her voice and declare her beliefs, which are “very personal.”

The artist, who currently plays a powerful drug trafficker in a TV series, rejected the comments of journalist Carlos Marin, who criticized her for saying “stupidities.”

She called the journalist’s comments “misogynist and pejorative,” not just against her but against women in general - and reminded him that her name is Kate and not “the actress.”

“They ought to talk about things that really matter, not about the heartfelt letter of a woman, uncultured perhaps, but INTELLIGENT, however much it bothers them,” she said.

On Jan. 10, Del Castillo asked, in a letter full of New Year’s resolutions on the social network Twitter, that Joaquin “El Chapo” (Shorty) Guzman start helping people in need and become “the hero of heroes.”

Guzman, the fugitive head of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel, is listed by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s wealthiest persons.

“Sr. Chapo, wouldn’t it be great if you started trafficking in goodness? In cures for disease, in food for homeless kids?” the artist wrote.

In the text, the artist reflected on her feelings and her thoughts on religion and politics.

She confessed she was disillusioned by religious and political leaders who “hide the truth, however painful it might be, for their own benefit and enrichment.”

Del Castillo currently lives in the United States and has acted in the films “Without Men”, “Miracle in Spanish Harlem” and “Down for Life.”

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6-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern State of Chiapas in Mexico

6-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Northern State of Chiapas in Mexico

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A magnitude-6 earthquake shook the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas on Saturday, although there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries, the National Seismological Service, or SSN, said.

The temblor struck at 12:47 p.m. and its epicenter was located 85 kilometers (50 miles) southwest of the town of Mapastepec at a depth of 16 kilometers (10 miles).

The quake, which was felt throughout the state, caused panic but there were no reports of casualties or structural damage, according to the SSN, which warned of aftershocks of lesser intensity.

In Mapastepec, a town of 60,000 inhabitants located 40 meters (130 feet) above sea level, people said they feared the quake would cause their homes to collapse.

Authorities said the temblor caused alarm and many people ran into the streets.

“All the buildings of more than two stories are being inspected ... and it seems for now that there’s no damage,” an emergency management official in the Chiapas highlands, Victor Amescua Vazquez, said.

The earthquake also was felt in the Mexican capital but no damage has been reported, the Federal District’s Public Safety Secretariat said in a statement.

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9 1/2 Ounce Latino Baby Survives and Now Ready to Leave L.A. Hospital

9 1/2 Ounce Latino Baby Survives and Now Ready to Leave L.A. Hospital

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A Hispanic baby born 16 weeks prematurely, and considered one of world’s tiniest babies ever to survive, has been released from a Los Angeles Hospital.

Melinda Star Guido was born on Aug. 30 just 24 weeks after conception and weighed only 9 1/2 ounces - less than a can of soda. But this Friday when her parents were allowed to take her home from the Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center, she was up to 4 1/2 pounds.

“I feel great to take Melinda home and I’m very grateful to the doctors and all the hospital personnel that helped her survive,” the 22-year-old mother Haydee Ibarra told Efe.

“We have reached a milestone by being able to see Melinda go home. We are hopeful to see many more milestones accomplished in Melinda’s development as we follow her care over the next six years,” Dr. Rangasamy Ramanathan, head of the LAC+USC Medical Center’s neonatology department, told a press conference Saturday.

The medical center said that according to the Global Birth Registry, Melinda is the world’s third smallest baby ever to survive and the second smallest in the United States.

The doctors decided to bring Melinda’s birth forward by means of a Cesarean section because she was not receiving the necessary nourishment through the placenta, the hospital said.

During its first weeks, the baby was in the neonatal intensive care unit, surviving on artificial respiration and a feeding tube. Her mother visited her every day, stroked her hands and slept beside her.

But the first time Haydee Ibarra was allowed to pick up her baby and carry her was in November after an operation to close an artery. Shortly after her birth, Melinda was also treated for a vision problem typical of premature babies.

Melinda should have been born around Dec. 15 and Dr. Ramanathan called her a real “miracle baby,” since very few thought Melinda would survive.

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Pregnancy of 11-Year Old Argentinian Girl Renews Debate About Legalizing Abortion in the Country

Pregnancy of 11-Year Old Argentinian Girl Renews Debate About Legalizing Abortion in the Country

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The case of a pregnant 11-year-old girl, whose mother asked a court to give her daughter permission to have her pregnancy interrupted - but later unexpectedly dropped the petition - has renewed the controversy in Argentina about legalizing abortion.

Non-governmental organizations spoke Friday about the possibility that pressure had been put on the family of the girl, now three months pregnant, after the mother unexpectedly told the court in the Argentine province of Entre Rios that she wished to withdraw the petition for her daughter to be allowed an abortion.

Estela Diaz, representative of the National Campaign for Safe and Free Abortion, composed of several activist groups, told the press that “attorneys (of the NGOs) are investigating the matter in order to take action based on the pressure the family may have faced.”

The girl’s mother, who changed her mind after a hearing with the judge in the case, Raul Tomaselli, “was intimidated, pressured and manipulated to drop the petition for an interrupted pregnancy,” a communique from the Campaign said.

Attorney Maria Benitez, acting on behalf of the girl’s family and of the hospital in the city of San Salvador, had presented on Jan. 16 a petition before the Entre Rios court for the girl to be permitted an abortion on grounds that she had been sexually abused by a youth of 17 and that there was a risk to her health.

The teenager, under investigation for sexual abuse, was summoned by Judge Jose Tournour, but refused to make a statement, judicial officials said.

Local media said the mother had asked the hospital in San Salvador to practice an abortion on her daughter, but they told her she should first seek authorization from the court.

“They acted improperly because medical personnel should not have made the subject a legal matter, and when Judge Tomaselli received the case, he should have sent the girl to a medical center for an abortion, since that is covered in Article 86 of the Penal Code,” Diaz said.

Abortion is banned by law in Argentina except when the pregnant woman’s life or health is in danger, or when the pregnancy stems from the rape of a disabled woman.

The controversy heightened with the report from the Masvernat provincial hospital that the minor was “in perfect physical condition to sustain the pregnancy” and that “the fetus is also in good condition from a medical standpoint.”

The report, requested by Judge Tomaselli, was rejected by several social organizations.

The lower the age of a pregnant girl, “the greater the risk of dying from complications related to pregnancy and giving birth,” Ariel Karolinski of the Argentine Alliance for the Health of the Mother, Newborn and Child, or Asumen, said on the radio Saturday.

He said “the principal study of maternal mortality in Argentina establishes a clear connection between the risk of a mother dying and her age.”

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SundayJanuary 22, 2012