FGM protection orders introduced in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland has introduced female genital mutilation (FGM) protection orders, Stormont ministers said.
They prevent travel by young girls who are thought to be at risk of being taken abroad to undergo the procedure.
Earlier this month Bedfordshire Police obtained an order under a law which came into force in England and Wales which stopped two girls from being transported to Africa.
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