Honduran President Xiomara Castro signed an executive order Wednesday (8) lifting a more than a decade-old ban on the "morning-after pill."
Castro thus fulfilled a long-awaited campaign promise by feminist groups.
Castro, the Central American country's first female president, took office last year after running on a promise to ease the country's "restrictive reproductive policies."
Honduras, a strict Catholic country, banned the use and sale of . . .
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