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Ireland Votes to Make Divorce Easier

Irish voters have overwhelmingly endorsed a plan to liberalize the country’s constitution to make it easier for couples to divorce. Election officials said Sunday a constitutional requirement that couples be separated for four years before being allowed to divorce will be removed. It will fall to Ireland’s Parliament to come up with new legislation to govern divorce. Officials say more than 82% of voters endorsed the change, which follows liberalization of abortion laws approved in...

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