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Society, not Age, Causes Nigeria Marital Failure

LAGOS – Nigerian Muslim scholars have rejected suggestions that early marriage has any negative effects on the couples involved, insisting instead that breakdown in communal values and failure to adhere to divine rules account for much of the problems. “There's no problem with early marriage. A ... more »
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Pakistan deports Bin Laden’s family to Saudi Arabia

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Ban that "Qaidiani Juice"!

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