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Topic - Abdessamad Zilali
Women's rights activists sailed a sailboat around a harbor in northern Morocco on Thursday to raise awareness about abortion, despite officials' attempts to seal the port and anti-abortion protests on land against the group.
At the Moroccan protest Thursday, 23-year-old Abdessamad Zilali said: "We are here because we cannot accept these values, the values of massacre."
"When the ship goes, we hope women will have the information to get abortions themselves," she said.