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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - ANGOLA: New cases of rape on Angola border
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Saturday, 06 November 2010
Democratic Republic of Congo - Angola The United Nations Office for the Coordiation of Humanitarian Affairs (Ocha) in the Democratic Republic of Congo is investigating reports that close to 700 women were raped along the DRC-Angola border since September. The rapes occurred as some 7,000 illegal immigrants were expelled from Angola to the DRC.

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