Police and health inspectors raid illegal abortion clinic in Tel Aviv

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November 16, 2013 07:18

 
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A special police team and Ministry of Health appointed inspectors raided an illegal abortion clinic in an apartment in south Tel Aviv on Friday.

Reports had also come in of illegal baby trafficking. The clinic was operated by a couple that was interrogated and later released on grounds of insufficient evidence, even though the police found a stash of 3,000 miscarriage-inducing pills.

The case is still under police investigation.

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