Unhappily married: Migrant wives kept like slaves


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  • Thursday, 07 Aug 2014

Looking out for them: Case worker and former child bride Eman Sharobeem says victims are reluctant to pursue justice through legal means. - AFP

In Australia, migrant wives in abusive marriages are all the more vulnerable as they are dependent on their husbands.

KANYA thought she was starting a new life in Australia after arriving from India to marry her husband, but it quickly turned into a nightmare.

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