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Doctors will be able to end the life of incurable sick children from one to 12 years

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Doctors will be able to end the life of incurable sick children from one to 12 years

Doctors will be able to end the life of incurable sick children from one to 12 years

(Maria Kramer, Claire Moses) The Dutch government of the Netherlands has allowed doctors to terminate the lives of incurable or seriously ill children. Now doctors will be able to end the lives of such sick children in their own way. However, for this, they have to take permission from the parents of the children. On the other hand, this decision has sparked debate about the death in the medical field.

Some organizations say that if those children can be kept alive through drugs then why should they be given such death. However, most experts and lawmakers agree with this new law. In fact, in the Netherlands, children with a terminal illness of up to one year are allowed to die.

Dutch Health Minister Hugo de Jong proposed an extension of the law to give death to sick children. So that children up to 12 years of age can be included in the new law. He said in Parliament on Tuesday- ‘Some children are very sick. They do not expect improvement in any way. They suffer unnecessarily. About 5 to 10 such children are affected every year.

If a child is experiencing ‘unbearable and hopeless suffering’ then his life can be ended. This can help the medical sector. ‘ At present, this law has passed. Experts on the new law say – ‘The Netherlands government has been in favor of giving death to people with medical help who are unlikely to recover.’

3 European countries have provisions: Luxembourg, Belgium and Switzerland allow physician-assisted death. Although the laws are different in every country. Belgium allows children to die with the help of a doctor. But in Luxembourg, this law is limited to incurable sick adults.

New law can become a problem for big countries like America

Professor Arthur Kaplan of the New York Langon Medical Center in the US says- ‘This new law is suitable for small countries like the Netherlands. This law will increase the pressure on big countries like America. Especially in relation to adult people who are seriously ill but unable to give their consent.

I doubt that America or other big countries will follow this law of the Netherlands. Americans rely less on their medical systems than Dutch citizens. America is a big country. Such countries do not have good health facilities for all. In this situation, this law will become a problem in big countries.

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Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets within four minutes of implementing the ceasefire, more than 600 deaths so far

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Armenia and Azerbaijan on Sunday accused each other of violating a new ceasefire news and updates photo story | Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets within four minutes of implementing the ceasefire, more than 600 deaths so far
Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets within four minutes of implementing the ceasefire, more than 600 deaths so far

This photo is of Timur Jaligov of Azerbaijan, who has taken the body of his 10-month-old daughter Narine in his lap. A rocket fell on his home in the midst of the ongoing war between Armenia and Azerbaijan on the Nagorno-Karabakh region, killing Narine and other relatives including her mother Seville.

Armenia and Azerbaijan on Sunday accused each other of a ceasefire violation in the disputed area Nagorno Karabakh. From 12 pm on Saturday night, the two countries agreed to implement a ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. According to the BBC, the Armenian Defense Ministry claimed that Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets just four minutes after the ceasefire was implemented at 12 pm on Saturday.

Ministry spokesperson Shushan Stephen tweeted- Our enemy fired cannon shells from 12.04 am to 2.45 pm (local time) on the north side and rockets in the southern direction from 2.20-2.45 pm. Azerbaijan attacked south of Nagorno-Karabakh on Sunday morning. People on both sides have been killed.

On Saturday, Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev accused Armenia that he had damaged more than two thousand homes in Azerbaijan.

The war on Nagorno Karabakh continues

The fight has been going on in the two countries over the disputed area since last month. Many countries consider Nagorno Karabakh as part of Azerbaijan, while it is occupied by the Armenians. So far, more than six hundred lives have been lost in this battle. Let’s see some painful pictures related to Rust …

This photo is from Ganja city of Azerbaijan. In Armenia’s rocket attack many houses in the area are seen to be completely destroyed. Meanwhile, the rescue team is engaged in rescue operations.

In this photo, 67-year-old Regi Guluyeva is seen standing on top of her ruined house in the rocket attack in Ganja city.

In this photo, 67-year-old Regi Guluyeva is seen standing on top of her ruined house in the rocket attack in Ganja city.

Teddy bears and photographs were placed at the scene commemorating the children and people who died after the rocket attack on Saturday in Ganja city.

Teddy bears and photographs were placed at the scene commemorating the children and people who died after the rocket attack on Saturday in Ganja city.

A woman standing near her house demolished in the Azerbaijan attack in Nagorno-Karabakh region. Hundreds of people have been killed in this attack.

A woman standing near her house demolished in the Azerbaijan attack in Nagorno-Karabakh region. Hundreds of people have been killed in this attack.

Royal Sahanjarova's relatives are seen in this photo. Sahanjarov's wife Zulaya Sahanjarova and her daughter Medini Sahnajorva were killed in the rocket attack in Ganja city.

Royal Sahanjarova’s relatives are seen in this photo. Sahanjarov’s wife Zulaya Sahanjarova and her daughter Medini Sahnajorva were killed in the rocket attack in Ganja city.

This photo is of Emina Aliyeva of Ganja city of Azerbaijan, whose house collapsed in a rocket attack. She is seen crying at the entrance gate of her house.

This photo is of Emina Aliyeva of Ganja city of Azerbaijan, whose house collapsed in a rocket attack. She is seen crying at the entrance gate of her house.

Security forces engaged in rescue in Ganja city of Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev accused Armenia of saying that more than two thousand of our houses were damaged in their attack.

Security forces engaged in rescue in Ganja city of Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev accused Armenia of saying that more than two thousand of our houses were damaged in their attack.

Five members of a family were killed in a rocket attack in Ganja city on Saturday. A rocket crashed into their home amidst ongoing war in both countries. Family members with their photos.

Five members of a family were killed in a rocket attack in Ganja city on Saturday. A rocket crashed into their home amidst ongoing war in both countries. Family members with their photos.

Security forces reserving in Ganja city. Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to implement ceasefire from 12 o'clock on Saturday night. However, Armenia claimed that Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets, breaking the ceasefire.

Security forces reserving in Ganja city. Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to implement a ceasefire from 12 o’clock on Saturday night. However, Armenia claimed that Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets, breaking the ceasefire.

Azerbaijan fired cannon shells and rockets within four minutes of implementing the ceasefire, more than 600 deaths so far

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