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Minah Manneh, a women's rights activist in Gambia, was forced to leave her own country after publishing a video of police brutality.
Minah's so-called crime was to post disturbing footage on her Facebook page of a policeman caning a schoolgirl.
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Women who undergo FGM, can face recurrent health problems including tetanus, gangrene, HIV, hepatitis B and C and effective sterilisation.
However, there is limited data available to international organisation on the prevalence of FGM, as much of the gathered information is based on verbal interviews or self-reported.
When she posted the video online, the young activist broke a law ratified by the Gambian government on July 5, 2013.
The law, which was roundly denounced by human rights organisations, states that any internet user responsible for: By broadcasting a video of a policeman, a representative of the state, the young activist had put herself in the crosshairs of lawmakers.