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Female genital mutilation decreasing, but more work needs to be done

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Female genital mutilation has decreased in Egypt since the procedure was outlawed in 2007, but women’s groups say more work is needed to change society’s thinking toward the practice. The procedure, also known as female circumcision, involves removing the clitoral hood, clitoris and labia. The area is then stitched together leaving a small hole for urination. Complications include problems...

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