Euthanasia could be option for poor, says Lithuanian health minister
The new health minister is making waves by backing a discussion of euthanasia.
Nitschke suspended from medical register
Australian euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke has been suspended from the medical register as an investigation continues into his involvement in the death of a 45 year old Australian man.
UK assisted dying bill: the case against
A number of Lords declared that the bill was dangerous.
UK assisted dying bill: the case for
Excerpts from passionate speeches by some members of the Britain's upper house of Parliament.
A novel idea for decreasing euthanasia rates
A group of five academics from Switzerland and the UK have come up with a novel idea to keep the incidence of euthanasia from rising rapidly.
Distelmans under fire over Auschwitz trip
Belgium’s foremost practitioner of euthanasia who is also the head of the government euthanasia regulator has become collateral damage in the debate across the Channel.
Euthanasia back on the boil in France
Euthanasia is once more on the front page of French newspapers with two high-profile case in the courts.
US polls send mixed signals on assisted suicide
“Most Americans Are Totally Fine With Euthanasia” was the headline this week in Time magazine over a report on a recent Gallup poll.
Scottish rights groups back right to die for children
Taking their cue from Belgium, Scottish groups have tentatively backed voluntary euthanasia for children with terminal illnesses.
Belgian deacon arrested over 40 deaths in hospital
News that a Catholic deacon may have euthanased 40 patients has reset the benchmark for weirdness.
Quebec legalises euthanasia
Quebec has become the first Canadian province to legalise euthanasia. Bill 52 easily passed in the National Assembly by a vote of 94 to 22.
Quebec on verge of legalising euthanasia
The governing Liberal Party and the other three major parties have taken the unusual step of backing a quick vote on the bill in the new parliamentary term.
Five Belgians euthanased every day in 2013
The number of cases of euthanasia in Belgium in 2013 rose by 26.8% over the previous year. Five people died of euthanasia every day.
Study tour of Auschwitz outrages Jewish organisation
News that the chairman of the Belgian government’s euthanasia control commission has organised a study tour of Auschwitz has outraged a leading Jewish organisation.
Embargo on lethal drug stops executions and assisted suicides in US
A shortage of a lethal drug is stopping both executions and assisted suicide in the United States.
Leading figure in Belgian euthanasia to tour Auschwitz
The head of Belgium’s euthanasia oversight commission, Dr Wim Distelmans, will lead a study tour of Auschwitz in October.
Are cracks appearing in Belgians’ attitude on euthanasia?
A second official complaint has been filed against the chairman of the Belgium committee which regulates euthanasia for euthanasing a woman suffering from depression.
Canadian media features plea for “completed life” euthanasia
At 80, a former gay activist in Canada wants to choose "rational suicide"
Some Dutch pharmacists refusing to supply euthanasia drugs
Although euthanasia is legal in the Netherlands, some Dutch pharmacists are refusing to supply the lethal drugs needed to carry it out.
US bioethicists take Belgian child euthanasia to task
Three American bioethicists have criticised Belgium’s new law permitting children with a terminal illness to choose euthanasia
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