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# Right to die

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Colombian dies publicly under new euthanasia policy
Political system has 'dragged its heels' on right to die debate, says Sinn Féin's McDonald
'What I am asking is to be given a choice': Vicky Phelan urges politicians to support Dying with Dignity Bill
Vincent Lambert, man at centre of contentious right-to-die case in France, passes away
'What right do we have to tell a dying person they should continue to live in pain'
Terminally ill baby boy at London hospital must be kept alive until at least Tuesday, court rules
John Halligan lobbying for support for right-to-die bill
Junior Minister John Halligan's right-to-die bill may be "unusual" but there are no rules against it
'People should not suffer intolerable and horrible pain if they want to exit this life'
California has legalised assisted suicide
Nearly 40 million more Americans are to be given access to euthanasia
Outrage as campaigners release video of man at centre of right-to-die case
European court rules French doctors can turn off Vincent Lambert's life support
Court to rule if quadriplegic man in vegetative state should be allowed to die
Explainer: The facts about assisted suicide in Ireland
Serial rapist will now NOT be euthanised, says Minister for Justice
Ireland's euthanasia laws are some of the most strict in Europe
Funeral of woman taken off life support to take place today
Opinion: Brittany Maynard deserves our compassion – and her bravery deserves our attention
Alan Rossiter
Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old who planned her own death, has died
A 29-year-old woman explains why she's planned her death - next month
MS sufferer and right-to-die campaigner: 'If I was an animal...I'd be put to sleep'
TDs will be asked to vote on new right-to-die laws before Christmas
Massive rise in 'suicide tourism' to Switzerland
UK man paralysed in road accident loses 'right to die' court battle
Convention recommends environmentalism, secularism and the right to die
"The whole thing really started before Marie died..": Right-to-die campaigner Tom Curran on his Wicklow council bid
Partner of Marie Fleming drafting new right-to-die legislation
Euthanasia for terminally ill children legalised in Belgium
One Irish person used Swiss euthanasia clinic last year
Marie Fleming laid to rest this afternoon after Wicklow service
Woman who took right-to-die case, Marie Fleming, has passed away
Column: Families who assist their loved ones to die will continue to feel the full wrath of the law if it is not changed
Dr Eimear Spain
Tánaiste: Assisted suicide is a topic we should address as human beings, as legislators
Woman charged with assisting suicide in Dublin
Taoiseach rejects plea to allow for assisted suicide
The Evening Fix… now with added Xtra-vision memories
Column: Assisted suicide not permitted, but we still must find a humane path for these people
Dr Eimear Spain
Supreme Court dismisses Marie Fleming’s ‘right to die’ appeal