White House denies UN chief’s claim of ‘dysfunctional’ US-China relationship – live

Tue, 21 Sep 2021 00:33:38 GMT 4

White House denies UN chief’s claim of ‘dysfunctional’ US-China relationship – live


Press secretary Jen Psaki says ahead of general assembly meeting: ‘Our relationship with China is one not of conflict but of competition’

• US to lift travel ban for vaccinated travelers from UK and most of EU

• Joe Biden: fate of spending plan with show extent of power

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A Texas doctor who publicly said he had provided an abortion beyond the limit set by the state’s new law is now facing a lawsuit.

The Washington Post reports that Alan Braid, a physician in San Antonio who wrote a column saying he had defied Texas’s extreme new anti-abortion law, is being sued by an Arkansas man who said he wanted to test the constitutionality of the Texas measure. The man bringing the lawsuit is Oscar Stilley, a former lawyer who was convicted of tax fraud in 2012, the Post reported. He is currently on home confinement for his previous conviction, the Wall Street Journal reported.

I am taking a personal risk. But it’s something I believe in strongly. I have daughters, granddaughters and nieces. I believe abortion is an essential part of healthcare. I have spent the last 50 years treating and helping patients. I can’t just sit back and watch us return to 1972.”

Related: Texas doctor protests abortion law by admitting he carried out procedure

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