Witness protection, political will vital for trying wartime rape -experts

By Katie Nguyen | Tue, 20 May 2014 12:26 PM
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LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From Congo to Kosovo, securing justice for victims of rape in war is fraught with difficulties and disappointment.

Two years ago, 33 girls aged six to 17 were among scores of victims of mass rape by Congolese soldiers in and around Minova town in volatile eastern Congo, according to U.N. officials who documented the abuses.

Earlier this month a Congolese ...

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