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ON the first anniversary of the introduction of an assisted suicide law in Spain, we take a look at the facts and figures to...
THE Junta has put in motion the creation of the Commission of Guarantee and Evaluation—the body that will ultimately be in charge of giving...
EUTHANASIA DEBATE: Woman ‘ignored’ after asking to be painlessly killed in Spain’s Zaragoza takes own life
AN elderly woman crippled by a painful hip condition that left her bedridden in constant pain, has killed herself after her pleas for euthanasia...
A NEW assisted suicide law came into effect on Friday, making Spain the fourth country in the European Union to legalise euthanasia. Parliament gave final...
Details of the bill explain that the person in question must have an incurable illness or a chronic disability that renders life ‘unbearable
Over 1 million people in Spain sign petitions supporting euthanasia, to be put before Government on Friday
It comes after surveys have shown that 84% of Spain supports changing the legislation on euthanasia
WATCH: Man in Spain helps terminally ill wife with multiple sclerosis die before handing himself in to police
Hernandez is the first person to be arrested in Spain for assisting the death of a physically disabled person
It follows a 47-month decline in her health, before the zoo announced her death ‘with great sadness’ on March 1
The Socialist party proposal aims to make euthanasia a personal right available through both public and private services in Spain
It comes after local support groups put forward the proposal to Estepona town hall in a bid to protect healthy domestic animals