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Boise State point guard Emmanuel Akot averaged 9.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 23 games with the Broncos last season after transferring from Arizona. He's looking for bigger things in his second year with the Broncos.

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Boise State point guard Emmanuel Akot averaged 9.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 23 games with the Broncos last season after transferring from Arizona. He's looking for bigger things in his second year with the Broncos.

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In 2021, Poland made international headlines for instituting a near-total abortion ban. Although the majority of Poles support access to abortion, the country’s conservative government is aligned with the Catholic church, which opposes abortion. Upon the ruling that access to abortion would …

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Until 2021, having an abortion in Mexico was considered a crime. The Supreme Court decriminalized abortion in September of that year, but pro-choice activists warn there is a long road ahead to ensure open access to abortions in the country. The same month in the United States, however, rest…

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In September 2021, the Supreme Court refused to block a piece of Texas legislation that bans abortions in the state after six weeks. Pro-choice activists in Texas—and their allies across the nation—decried the move as a de facto near total ban on abortions, as many women do not even know the…

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Abortions are legal in Japan up to 21 weeks and 6 days of pregnancy. One key difference between abortion laws in Japan and much of the rest of the world is that Japan requires the father of the baby to give consent before a pregnancy is terminated, although many women circumvent this by brin…

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Russia has one of the world’s highest abortion rates. President Vladimir Putin is attempting to stop Russia’s high rate of termination in an attempt to redress the country’s population decline. Russia currently pays for abortions under the country’s medical insurance program. Putin’s governm…