Human rights don't seem to apply to everyone equally after all.
"I think it would be wise and reasonable to remove a child with a serious disability" says the scientist.
The posters will be hung in the Paris metro and suburban stations until the 24th of March.
The Danish National Board of Health reports that 95% of pregnant women whose fetus has a chromosomal abnormality opt for abortion.
For the Republican governor of Tennessee, Bill Lee, the sentence means victory in a battle - though not a war - to save life.
The decision halts "pregnancy terminations" for foetal abnormalities, virtually the only type currently performed in the country.
Fortunate coincidence or national infanticide?
In the UK about nine in ten women have abortions after being given a diagnosis of Down syndrome.
In England and Wales, most children diagnosed with Down Syndrome are being killed in the womb.