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The long battle against rape in DR Congo

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Reuters/Finbarr O'Reilly

Five years after lawmakers in the Democratic Republic of Congo passed laws against sexual violence, soldiers face charges and the central prison in North Kivu is packed with men convicted of rape. But lawyers and victims say ending impunity for rape in the lawless countryside its still an uphill battle and the unintended consequences of international pressure to stop rape in Congo has created a whole new set of challenges.

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