Sudan: Rape as a weapon of war in Darfur
Girls as young as eight are being raped in Darfur and used as sex slaves. The mass rapes ongoing in Darfur are war crimes and crimes against humanity but the international community is doing very little to stop it, Amnesty International said.
Submitted on Wed, 07/21/2004 - 23:00
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