Israeli Probe Into Ethiopian Women's Allegations of Forced Birth-control Injections Refused to Hear Complainants' Testimony

Comptroller nonetheless concluded inquiry into historic affair by claiming that injections of long-acting contraceptive Depo-Provera had not been forced on them.

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The State Comptroller’s Office did not talk to women immigrants from Ethiopia who alleged they were given contraceptive shots without their knowledge or consent, Haaretz has learned.