There was a moment of intense tension in the first moments of this interview.

When it was clear that my wife would never return to work and she was about to be forced to give birth to my daughter, I wanted to be there with her to comfort her.

But that moment came too late.

As the interview continued, I had a moment where I realized that we were witnessing an abortion on the other side of the table.

It was not an easy moment.

But it was an abortion nonetheless.

I hope that in coming years, as I begin to witness more abortions in this country, I can begin to understand why so many people, including myself, are outraged.

Abortion is the most common and controversial abortion procedure.

The United States has more than 1.2 million abortion providers.

About half of them are abortion clinics, but they serve many different clients.

In some states, they even operate with a profit motive.

Abortion rates vary widely.

The most recent figures from the Guttmacher Institute show that the average number of abortions performed per week in the U.S. was 526, in 2016.

And that’s the lowest in nearly 40 years.

This past week, abortion rates were at their highest point in years, and the last time that happened was last year, when they reached their highest level in more than two decades.

The U.K. had the highest abortion rate in the world in 2016, according to the latest data.

But while the U and U.KS. are two countries that are notorious for high abortion rates, other countries have a much lower rate of abortions.

This table breaks down abortion rates by country.