Iraq's Draft Child Marriage Law Seen As Political Stunt - And Sign Of Times
BAGHDAD, April 17 (Reuters) - Proposals that would legalise the marriage of nine-year-old Iraqi girls are unlikely to become law, but indicate the growing role of religion in a country some fear is going down the path of neighbouring theocracy Iran.
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