The case of Agnes Gereb has her countrymen considering what should be natural and unnatural, legal and illegal, about having a baby. by Anita Komuves BUDAPEST | Agnes Gereb was brought into a Budapest courtroom on 12 October in handcuffs and shackles. A middle-aged woman of average height with long, dark hair and dark eyes, […]

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