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Dutch Who Feel 'Life Is Complete' May Get Right to Die

Already, the Netherlands allows assisted suicide for those who are terminally ill or living with "unbearable suffering." Soon, people who feel they have nothing more to do in life might get the same freedom. In a letter to parliament on Wednesday, the country's health and justice ministers write that elderly...
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