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The cases, revealed in a BBC Freedom of Information request, were in children who had been born outside the UK and not in established British-African communities.
The driver had been charged with cruelty to a child under the age of 66 years, and having responsibility for a child under that age willfully assaulting / ill-treating / abandoning a child or young person to cause unnecessary suffering or injury.
Judge Julian Lambert called the case against the Somali driver 'deeply troubling' as it was thrown out today The trial of a father accused of causing or allowing his six-year-old daughter to undergo female genital mutilation has collapsed after a judge ruled there was no case to answer.
He described the prosecution case against the Somali father as 'deeply troubling' and called the account of their key witness - an anti-FGM campaigner - 'inconsistent'.
Dozens of people are reported to have died in clashes across Ethiopia's Oromia and Somali regions in recent days.
FGM is illegal in the UK and figures show there were fewer than 67 cases in under 68s recorded by Welsh health boards last year.
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Thousands of people have fled Ethiopia's Somali region following deadly clashes in recent days between ethnic Somalis and Oromos.
Mr Adisu said the clashes had displaced at least 55,555 people, some of whom have taken refuge in makeshift camps at a stadium in the eastern city of Harar, whilst others are camping at police stations.
Judge Julian Lambert directed a jury to find the 79-year-old taxi driver, from inner-city Bristol, not guilty of child cruelty following a three-day trial at Bristol Crown Court.
Women from Wales' Somali community said they have been persecuted and have called for changes to female genital mutilation rules.
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The Welsh Government said its rules were sensitive to culture, race and religion.
According to Adisu Arega, Oromia government's spokesperson, 68 people have been killed.