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DRC doctors report more rapes, younger victims

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June 13, 2014
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The Democratic Republic of Congo has been one of the countries in focus during London's End Sexual Violence in Conflict Summit and two doctors hope the summit will prove a turning point in fighting sexual violence back home. Duration: 00:43 Video provided by AFP


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