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In Ukraine, Russia Is Using Rape as a Weapon of War

As further evidence emerges of the targeted use of rape by Russian forces in Ukraine, a war crime that is notoriously underreported and under-prosecuted, this is how we can aid the victims, and bring those responsible to justice

Tanya Domi
Tanya Domi
Tanya Domi
Tanya Domi

The latest reports by Kyiv journalist Anastasiia Lapatina on the Bucha massacre has revealed a gruesome scenario reminiscent of the targeted rape of women and girls during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina: "At least 25 women and girls, as young as 14 were raped by Russians in a Bucha basement."

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