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La Grande Bretagne va-t-elle prendre conscience que l'excision est un crime ?

Lire le Guardian du novembre. En France, l'avocate de la Ligue, Linda Weil-Curiel, a été une pionnière dans ce domaine.

Report calls for female genital mutilation to be treated as child abuse

Samira Hashi, her mother Lul Musse and grandmother Faduma Ali
Samira Hashi, her mother Lul Musse and grandmother Faduma Ali. The older women underwent FGM in Somalia but decreed that Samira should not. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian

Thousands of girls in danger of genital mutilation are being failed by the health and justice systems, a coalition of health professionals has warned in a report that recommends aggressive steps to eradicate the practice in the UK.

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