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Desire to divorce leads Sudan wives to adultery, and jail

By Raymond Thibodeaux
Globe Correspondent / October 2, 2005

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RUMBEK, Sudan -- Most of the two dozen women in Rumbek's dusty prison are desperate housewives. They were driven to commit adultery and other marital offenses, not for passion or love, but to shame their husbands into granting them a divorce. (Full article: 928 words)

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