RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (AFP) Thousands of anti-abortion protesters, many of them mobilized by Catholic or evangelical groups, demonstrated on Saturday, November 28th, across Argentina against a government-backed new bill to legalize abortion.
The largest group congregated in Buenos Aires before the Congress, which is expected in the coming week to begin debating legislation on a matter that has bitterly divided the traditionally Catholic South American nation.
Marchers around the country carried signs with slogans like "Save Both Lives!" and "March for the Unborn."
Jorge Gomez, executive director of Aciera, the Christian Alliance of Evangelical Churches of Argentina . . .