(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
[13. July 2007] In recent weeks, the fight against female genital mutilation has been high on the political agenda. Dagsrevyen's heartbreaking report from the circumcision of eight-year-old Anisa has forced viewers and decision-makers to take the problem seriously. NRK made it probable that the abuse has taken place at least 185 Norwegian-Somali girls in recent years, and no one can say anymore that circumcision is not a problem in Norway either. The debate has forced solutions, in the form of urgent measures aimed at the vulnerable groups in Norway. It is unconditionally positive that information campaigns, contact telephones and outreach are now being accelerated. . .
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