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Settle family feuds, girls pay the price

Ating Benson
In South Sudan’s Eastern Equatoria State, girls are given away to settle family feuds. Whilst some consider it is a way to resolve conflicts, others say it as a shameful traditional practice.
29.05.2012  |  Torit
Kulang Rose was used as compensation in 2006, when her brother killed another young man (21.05.2012).
Kulang Rose was used as compensation in 2006, when her brother killed another young man (21.05.2012).

Sudanvotes’ Ating Benson set out to Eastern Equatoria, exploring this controversial practice: