Why is a simple medical procedure being reframed as a deeply divisive moral issue in the US?
Zeina Awad is an Al Jazeera correspondent for the award-winning Fault Lines current affairs programme. She is currently based in Washington DC. She's ... reported for news and current affairs from the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas
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