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# Euthanasia

Last week
7th April 2024 - 13th April 2024
FactCheck: Are psychiatric patients in Canada given leaflets for assisted dying when they go to A&E?
Last month
March 2024
Opinion: Assisted dying – we should learn from what's happening in Canada
Seána Glennon
Psychiatrists group head calls for improvements in palliative care, opposed to euthanasia
All time
Shooting suspect helped to die in Spain before trial
Colombian dies publicly under new euthanasia policy
Political system has 'dragged its heels' on right to die debate, says Sinn Féin's McDonald
Spanish parliament approves bill to allow assisted dying
New Zealand votes to legalise euthanasia but not marijuana in referendums
3 in 5 people in Ireland support the legalisation of euthanasia
Poll: Would you support the legalisation of euthanasia in Ireland?
New Zealand lawmakers vote in favour of legalising euthanasia paving the way for referendum
Paralympic champion Marieke Vervoort dies by euthanasia
Dutch doctor acquitted in landmark case over euthanising woman with severe dementia
Dutch doctor goes on trial on charges of euthanising patient with dementia in landmark case
Vincent Lambert, man at centre of contentious right-to-die case in France, passes away
FactCheck: Were media reports that a 17-year-old Dutch rape victim was euthanised correct?
Life support resumes for man in controversial case after court reverses earlier decision
'How can you cheer abortion?': Bishop 'horrified' by referendum celebrations
104-year-old Australian scientist dies by assisted suicide in Switzerland
'What right do we have to tell a dying person they should continue to live in pain'
Terminally ill child becomes first minor to be granted euthanasia in Belgium
Canada is looking to legalise assisted suicide - but not for tourists
Dutch man stabbed 81-year-old ex-minister to death on a "divine mission" against euthanasia
'People should not suffer intolerable and horrible pain if they want to exit this life'
Why we don't need to worry about mobile euthanasia booths in Castleknock
If I'm in lingering pain, I should have the choice to end my life
Aaron McKenna
Nearly 40 million more Americans are to be given access to euthanasia
Poll: Would you consider euthanasia while still healthy?
European court rules French doctors can turn off Vincent Lambert's life support
Woman dies after 42 years in coma following brutal rape
Assisted suicide could be introduced in Ireland
Explainer: The facts about assisted suicide in Ireland
Convicted serial rapist is to be euthanised in a Belgian jail
Ireland's euthanasia laws are some of the most strict in Europe
Opinion: Brittany Maynard deserves our compassion – and her bravery deserves our attention
Alan Rossiter
A 29-year-old woman explains why she's planned her death - next month
Belgium has agreed to "mercy kill" a convicted rapist
Euthanasia for terminally ill children legalised in Belgium
Here’s What Happened Today: Wednesday
Poll: Should countries with euthanasia extend laws to cover children?