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Teacher in China Ordered to Have Late-Term Abortion or Lose Her Job Now Allowed to Give Birth
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A teacher in China who was facing the prospect o having to have a late-term abortion or lose her job has been allowed to give birth following international pressure on the Chinese government.
As LifeNews.com reported, a teacher has been told that she will get fired if she doesn’t abort her second child even though she was initially given permission to have the baby in her town of residence, Huangshan city. Apparently an officer from the health and family planning commission said she has to follow different regulations since the school where she works is located in Guizhou province.
Qin Ti is five months pregnant with her husband Meng Shaoping and they already have one daughter. Qin was initially given to the end of the month to have the abortion or she will lose her job. At five months or 20-weeks unborn babies have the ability to feel immense pain from abortion and may be more sensitive to pain than newborns.