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Girls' mutilation 'not conclusive': court
by Vincent Morello
The medical evidence against eight people charged over the genital mutilation of two young sisters is inconclusive, a Sydney court has been told.
Four relatives of the girls appeared in Parramatta Local Court on Thursday, taking the total number of those facing charges to eight.
The girls' parents, their local Islamic leader and a retired nurse have also been charged with the female circumcision of the sisters, aged six and seven at the time.
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