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Madagascar set to castrate child rapists after parliament passes law

  • Madagascar's Parliament has passed a law allowing for chemical and surgical castration of those guilty of raping minors, a move supported by activists as a deterrent against a "rape culture."
  • Offenders now face sterner sentences of up to life in prison, as well as castration, with a focus on protecting younger children.
  • The law faced criticism from international rights groups, including Amnesty International, for being "inhuman and degrading" and not in line with the country's constitutional laws.
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