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Indonesia raises minimum age for brides to end child marriage

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Indonesia's parliament has revised the country's marriage law to lift the minimum age at which women can marry by three years to 19, a move welcomed by campaigners as a step toward curbing child marriage in the world's biggest Muslim majority-country.
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A new law passed in Indonesia raises the age to marry as a way to fight child marriages.

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