forced marriage

"Nalia’s Law” was named after a survivor who was forced into marriage at the age of 13.
The data raises questions about whether the immigration system may be enabling forced marriage, the Associated Press reports.
Parents of the Texas teen have been charged with child abuse, and it's "highly likely" a man who offered the family $20,000 to marry her will be arrested.
These Cambodian women were promised a better life in China. Instead, they became pawns in a flourishing bride market.
In Cambodia, the U.N.-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal hears from survivors of forced marriage, but critics say the court should
With existing laws doing little to stop the widespread abduction of women, one-third of Kyrgyzstan’s marriages are non-consensual
Previously, 13-year-olds could get married if they had parental consent and were pregnant.