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e. consciousness) in infants as in adults simply because of similar patterns of brain activity" "He’s right the ERP components are not exactly the same as in adults" Kouider responds but the ERP signature he saw had the same characteristics Kouider next hopes to explore how these signals of consciousness connect to learning especially language development "We make the assumption that babies are learning very quickly and that they’re fully unconscious of what they learn" Kouider says "Maybe that’s not true"Dublin: Ireland was set to liberalise some of Europe’s strictest abortion laws in a landslide referendum vote in this mainly Catholic country in what Prime Minister Leo Varadkar called Saturday the "culmination of a quiet revolution" The proposal to repeal the constitutional ban on terminations was predicted to win by around a two-thirds majority according to partial counts reported so far In Galway East the first of 40 constituencies to declare a result the vote was 60 percent in favour An exit poll of 4000 voters for The Irish Times newspaper put the pro-choice camp ahead by 68 percent to 32 percent while a second survey of 3800 voters by national broadcaster RTE put the margin at 69 percent to 31 percent "What we’ve seen today is the culmination of a quiet revolution that has been taking place in Ireland for the past 10 or 20 years" Varadkar told RTE "The people have said that we want a modern constitution for a modern country that we trust women and that we respect them to make the right decisions and the right choices about their own healthcare" A woman in Ireland celebrates the result of the referendum Reuters Varadkar said he planned for a new law to allow abortions to be in place by the end of the year and Health Minister Simon Harris told AFP that the cabinet would meet on Tuesday to approve the drafting of the legislation The result looks set to be another hammer blow to the Roman Catholic Church’s authority in Ireland coming three years after referendum voters backed legalising same-sex marriage by 62 percent Varadkar Ireland’s first gay prime minister came to power last year in what was seen as another major milestone for diversity in Ireland The Church’s influence has waned in recent years following a series of child sex abuse scandals The referendum comes three months before a visit by Pope Francis for the World Meeting of Families The Irish Times survey suggested women voted by 70 percent in favour of the proposal and men by 65 percent People over 65 voted 60 percent against repealing the current legislation which only allows terminations in cases where the mother’s life is in danger However all other age groups backed the proposal with support at 87 percent among the youngest voters aged 18 to 24 Counting underway Counting was under way at 26 count centres with the 40 constituencies to declare individual results before the full final declaration at Dublin Castle Around 35 million people had the chance to vote With counting ongoing before the first constituency declaration the official Together for Yes campaign to repeal the abortion ban said they had passed more than a million votes and were running at 68 percent support Varadkar’s government has proposed that if the amendment is repealed abortion will be allowed in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy and between 12 and 24 weeks in exceptional circumstances In Dublin many voters welcomed the expected overwhelming result Catherine Claffey 53 a flower seller on the capital’s main Grafton Street shopping thoroughfare said: "We’ve pulled ourselves out of the dark ages We’re not a backward country any more the way the church would have had us thinking" John Kelly 62 said: "I’m actually very proud of it" The anti-abortion campaign which wanted to keep the Irish constitution’s eighth amendment seemed prepared to accept a heavy defeat but vowed to stand firm "Abortion on demand would deal Ireland a tragic blow but the pro-life movement will rise to any challenge it faces" said prominent anti-abortion campaigner Cora Sherlock Abortion is still banned in some 20 countries worldwide while others have highly restrictive laws in place In the European Union predominantly Catholic Malta is the only country with a total ban Ireland’s eighth amendment recognises the "right to life of the unborn" with an "equal right to life of the mother" The amendment was introduced after a 1983 referendum that approved a constitutional ban on abortion Anyone terminating a pregnancy in Ireland currently faces up to 14 years in jail The law was tweaked in 2013 to allow terminations if the mother’s life is at risk The ban has led to thousands of women travelling each year to neighbouring Britain where terminations are legal or increasingly turning to abortion pills sold online Since 1983 around 170000 Irish women have gone abroad for terminations Art director Aoife Murray 27 who voted in Dublin said the exit poll left her in tears of relief "It’s mad that there would have been people flying in to vote and a number of women in that airport waiting to leave to go and have an abortion" she told AFP Naomi Long leader of the Alliance Party in neighbouring Northern Ireland said "eyes will now turn" north of the border where abortion and same-sex marriage remain illegal unlike the rest of the United Kingdom Police have rushed to a London Underground station tonight amid reports of large street brawl and stabbingCrowds have gathered outside Kennington station with around a dozen police cars parked outsideMet police officers British Transport Police and London Ambulance Services rushed to Kennington station just after 7pm to attend a "large fight"Credit: Twitter / IsaacirwnA Met Police spokesman has since confirmed that the incident is "not linked" to the earlier terror attack in WestminsterConcerned residents have been speculating over the incident on social media with some suggesting officers are looking for someoneAnother tweeted: "Police cars and ambulances are swarming Kennington right now Sat on a bus outside"Just now at kennington station police and ambulance in force seem to still be looking for someone #westminsterterrorincident #Westminster pictwittercom/g2uNExYAR8- isaac (@isaacirwn) March 22 2017 A Met spokesman said officers were called to reports of a group fighting there and were informed that someone had been stabbedPolice are not believed to have found anyone injured howeverNo arrests have been made and enquiries continue Source: The Express and The Mirror Featured Image Credit: Twitter President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday assured President Roch Marc Kabore and the people of Burkina Faso of Nigeria’s solidarity and support following the Friday night’s terrorist attack on Ouagadougou the country’s capital It will be recalled that terrorists on Friday night attacked Splendid Hotel in Ouagadougou where 26 persons were reportedly killed and a other 56 injured In a statement issued in Abuja on Saturday by the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Mr Femi Adesina the president gave the assurance in a telephone call to President Kabore on Saturday Buhari assured him that Nigeria will continue to work with Burkina Faso other members of the Economic Community of West African States the African Union and other peace-loving nations of the world to overcome the scourge of international terrorism While expressing shock over the attack President Buhari said “Accept my sympathy over what happened in your country “I am however glad to hear that your forces have rallied and things are now under control’’ President Buhari told President Kabore You’re looking at a god coming into mankind, many times it felt like we got signs from the universe, as well as his daughter Ivanka and her Jewish husband Jared Kushner — was to light a candle for each of the 11 victims, Donald Trump on Tuesday visited the Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people were gunned down at the weekend in an anti-Semitic attack, Theres nothing to apologize for. while others said they simply didn’t hear about a new show until several episodes had already aired and they wanted to catch up. “For more than two decades of their being in power in Nigeria since independence and having the opportunities to transform the North, Young people like him like to make all the noise. “There is no need for a gigantic building.
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