Call for compromise

LONDON – Countries that have banned female genital mutilation (FGM) should allow less invasive practices such as small surgical nicks to girls’ genitalia as a compromise, two American gynecologists said on Monday. But campaigners against FGM strongly criticised the proposal, saying it would undermine global efforts to eradicate the internationally condemned ritual. At least 200 […]

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