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Nobel laureate Nadia Murad: ‘Sexual violence does not go away when war is over’

By France24
17 November 2022   |   4:21 pm
"Sexual violence does not go away when war is over (...) Ukraine is sadly another example of a failure to follow through on commitments to preventing sexual violence in war," Murad continued. "Women's rights were never a priority for the international community to prevent the use of sexual violence," Murad said.

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