Central African Republic: Five months of war against women in CAR
In September 2003, following allegations of widespread and systematic rape by combatants in the armed conflict in the CAR, Amnesty International (AI) decided to send two researchers to the capital, Bangui, to gather further information.
Submitted on Mon, 11/22/2004 - 00:00
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