Growing Numbers of Women, Girls Mutilated in Guinea

While most women in countries where the practice is still occurring advocate for its abolition, an increasing number in Guinea support it, according to a new report.

Girls transport water in Conakry (file photo).

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    Thomson Reuters Foundation, 25 April 2016

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