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There are more than three million girls worldwide at risk for FGM annually, 180,000 in Europe.
In a UK first, a woman has been found guilty of female genital mutilation.
Women fearing forced marriage are advised to hide a spoon in their knickers to set off airport metal detectors
Girls are more at risk during summer holidays because it allows them more time to heal before returning to school, experts say.
Doctors in England dealt with more than 5,300 new cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the last year, fresh data reveals.
Nearly half of the
Campaigners have hit out over an African president’s vow to prevent pregnant girls from returning to school.
A coalition of NGOs claim the ban in
Babies are among the victims of female genital mutilation (FGM), campaigners claim, reflecting a growing trend of younger girls being targeted.
The British government estimates at least 170,000 women and girls are living with the consequences of having the procedure
A report about female genital mutilation (FGM) has sparked a fierce debate in the North Caucasus.
Some clerics in Dagestan have defended the practice.