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15.06.2012

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Claims Syrian government forces use sexual violence on detainees MP3

Human Rights Watch says Syrian government forces have used sexual violence to torture men, women and boys detained during the current conflict. Witnesses and victims have told Human Rights Watch that soldiers and pro-government armed militias have sexually abused women and girls as young as 12 during home raids and military sweeps of residential areas. Source: abc.net.au

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