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Dowry disputes divide world's youngest nation

In South Sudan, getting married means handing over a dowry to the bride's family. The payment is often an economic lifeline to poor families, but prices have skyrocketed in recent years. UN researchers say this is increasingly leading to some men carrying out cattle raids or enlisting in militias as families seek to get their hands on the much-needed cash.

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