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Young girls forced into under-age marriages in London

The forced marriage of under-age girls is prevalent in many countries, with an estimated 25,000 young girls forced into marriage each day. The issue is becoming an increasing concern in the U.K., and in the London borough of Islington.

Reported by Digital Journal • Monday, January 30, 2012

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