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That evening, as my friend from Virginia and I were both using our laptops, the topic came up again. And again, because I’m not local, I suppose that’s why they felt comfortable asking me about it.
He was trawling Google trying to find photos showing the genitalia of a woman who had undergone FGM. There were a few gruesome images of girls being held down and blood coming from between their legs, or drawings of where the cutting was done, but no actual pictures of the anatomical aftermath. So we went from Internet graphics to a biology textbook lying around the house.
I don't know why it has become more special than the other traditional marriages, which are done before and which are going to be done again," he said.
According to children's rights organization Plan International, the bride was "married off to the winning bidder" at a November 3 ceremony in the country's Eastern Lake Section.
The South Sudanese man at the center of a row over his recent wedding says the marriage process conformed to the traditions of his country and denies that an "auction" for the bride took place, as was alleged by a UK-based child advocacy organization.
In a telephone interview with CNN from Juba, the capital of South Sudan, Ruben Kok Alat refused to confirm the age of the bride -- reported to be 16 or 17 -- but said it was a "marriage like any other."The family of the bride reportedly received 500 cows, three cars and ,000 from the groom at the time of the marriage.
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And the constitution and child laws are very clear on that."South Sudan's Constitution states that marriage requires the "free and full consent" of those intending to marry.Mesut Mercan, 47, will become the first black mayor of the country if he wins the March 31 local elections.Speaking to state-run Anadolu Agency, he said his ancestors from Sudan’s Dinka tribe came to Turkey 400 years ago. A candidate for Selçuk district of the Aegean province of İzmir, Mercan said he would like to strengthen ties between African and Turkish people. I would like to make the most of this opportunity for Selçuk,” said Mercan, who is representing the Democrat Party.He emphasized that his ancestors have left their mark in İzmir and he wants to join their legacy.
Mercan is dubbed in the local media as Selçuk’s Obama -- referring to the United States’ 44th President Barack Obama.
In Sudan, traditional values prevail, and intimate topics are usually restricted to single-sex discussions.