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As children are put to death, Belgium’s experience shows the ‘slippery slope’ is real

The children are the first to die by lethal injection since Belgium changed the law in 2014

Deacon Ivo Poppe is accused of murdering at least 10 people while he was a nurse

Belgian nurses say the country’s growing euthanasia culture is in ‘complete contradiction’ to their training

A 38-year-old autism sufferer was killed without required documentation after ending a love affair

The bishop, who was defended by Cardinal Godfried Danneels in a previous case, faces new accusations

The group disrupted the ecumenical service by reciting the rosary out loud

Vatican officials want to hear in person why Brothers of Charity board members insist on allowing the euthanasia

The board which runs our hospitals say that euthanasia can be compassionate. Their arguments are both false and arrogant

The hospital group that bears the Brothers’ name has said it will continue offering euthanasia