America’s turn on abortion, ground war in Ukraine, Macron’s new reality, and a Summer of Strikes

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “America’s turn on abortion, ground war in Ukraine, Macron’s new reality, and a Summer of Strikes” – below is their description.

A century-old gun law gone, 50 years of abortion rights overturned – it’s a US Supreme Court stacked with Republicans. Also this week, as the Severodonetsk is set to fall to Russian forces, Ukraine has just gained official candidate status to the EU. Is the bloc braced for the backlash? And as Macron sees his wings clipped by the legislative elections, he is bargaining with all sides, and outwardly accentuating the positive. And, finally, this travel season looks set to be the Summer of strikes.

#Abortion #SupremeCourt #RoeVWade

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