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Published on Jan 11, 2016
When US president Barack Obama visited Kenya in 2015 he spoke out against the continued practice of female genital mutilation in countries across Africa and beyond. He said that FGM has 'no place in the 21st century'. But are there cultural arguments for the practice to continue? Stephen Sackur talks to Fuambai Ahmadu and Nimco Ali.