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Romania debates sex education classes

Romania is home to the most teen pregnancies in all of Europe and teens there aren't taught about sex in school. That's why some activists now want the government to introduce sex education classes. In response, a number of conservatives are campaigning for sexual abstinence. Is asking youngsters not to have sex really a solution to Romania’s problems?

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