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Europe's Top Court to Rule on Letting Frenchman Die

Europe's top rights courts has begun hearing arguments about whether a French man should be taken off life support in a case that has divided France - and exposes the wider debate across Europe over legalizing euthanasia. The case before the European Court of Human Rights concerns 38-year-old Vincent Lambert. A 2008 road accident has left him a quadriplegic and in a vegetative state. His case has divided his family, and the French nation. Lambert's parents want him to remain on...

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