The Daily Populous

Monday April 18th, 2022 morning edition

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A new law came into force on Thursday which stops women going for an abortion being harassed by demonstrators outside clinics in Spain.

The measure came into force on Thursday a day after the law was published in Spain’s Official State Bulletin (BOE).

Spain’s penal code has been amended resulting in anti-abortion demonstrators facing a year-long prison term if they try to convince women not to terminate their pregnancies.

The ban also applies to the harassment or intimidation of health staff at abortion clinics.

Anti-abortion campaigners say they are simply praying outside clinics.

Demonstrators from the anti-abortion group, Right to Life, gathered outside the parliament in Madrid last week when the change was announced.

Many women in Spain have to use private clinics for abortions as ‘most’ obstetricians and gynaecologists in the public health systems refuse to carry out terminations, according to the OMC doctors’ association. »

Ghost of Tsushima patch notes

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Patch 2.15. Patch 2.15 (2.015.000 on PS5) for Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut is now live.

This patch enables the Forbidden Shrine on Iki Island, and also includes bug fixes and item adjustments for Ghost of Tsushima: Legends.

We expect to release an additional patch next month which will focus on Legends bug fixes and improvements. »

Quebec’s Ministry of Health apologizes for tweeting a link to a PORN video instead of a COVID page

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Quebec’s Ministry of Health and Social Services apologized after it accidentally tweeted out a link to a Pornhub video instead of a government site with COVID-19 data.

The ministry later tweeted: ‘Due to a situation beyond our control, a link with inappropriate content was posted on our Twitter account.

Quebec’s Ministry of Health and Social Services tweeted a link to a Pornhub video about feet on Thursday instead of the providence’s latest COVID-19 stats. »

Spain intercepts fishing boat with 3 metric tons of cocaine

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MADRID (AP) — Spanish police have detained a fishing boat loaded with nearly three metric tons (3.3 short tons) of cocaine south of the Canary Islands, authorities said Sunday.

The drugs were believed to come from an unspecified location in South America, police said.

A Spanish air patrol spotted the suspicious ship while it was trying to hide among a fleet of fishing vessels. »