The Daily Populous

Monday January 23rd, 2023 morning edition

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An Idaho woman who documented her 19-day miscarriage on social media said it was days before she could receive care due to the state's strict abortion laws.

Because a D &C can also be used when providing abortion care, she told ABC News she believes it's directly tied to Idaho's abortion ban.

Carmen Broesder, 35, from Nampa, Idaho, with her daughter, Lucy, in an undated photo.

Broesder said she wasn't seeking an abortion when she went to the hospital the first time.

ABC News reached out to the doctor's office for a comment on their care for Broesder but did not hear back.

Providers also may be worried about providing miscarriage care because it could be misconstrued as providing abortion care, and they could face legal repercussions.

She said the Idaho law worries her that if something similar happens, she could die due to fear from medical professionals about administering care. »

Scientists discover emperor penguin colony in Antarctica using satellite images

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A newly discovered emperor penguin colony has been seen, using satellite images of one the most remote and inaccessible regions of Antarctica.

Photo issued by British Antarctic Survey of an emperor penguin colony that has been discovered in Antarctica using satellite mapping technology.

The latest colony, at Verleger Point, in west Antarctica, was discovered based on images from the European Commission’s Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite mission, and confirmed on high resolution images from the Maxar WorldView-3 satellite. »

Waiheke's sausage mystery: 'It's ripping us apart; we can't trust one another'

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For the past year, Waiheke Island residents have been finding single sausages, wrapped in bread, left in their letterboxes.

As accusations fly and motives are questioned, victims of The Surfdale Sausager say the mystery is tearing the community apart.

* The best wurst gift ever: Send an anonymous sausage to anyone in New Zealand to feed a person in need. »

Brazil and Argentina to discuss common currency

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"We also decided to advance discussions on a common South American currency that can be used for both financial and commercial flows, reducing costs operations and our external vulnerability," the article said.

Both presidents emphasized the need for a good relationship between Argentina and Brazil to strengthen regional integration, according to the article.

Earlier in the day, the Financial Times reported the neighboring nations will announce this week they are starting preparatory work on a common currency. »

Embattled Rep. George Santos heckled after landing at LaGuardia Airport

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CBS2's cameras were there when he landed at LaGuardia Airport late Saturday afternoon.

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