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Congo: 1 killed in attack on renowned doctor

Washington Post
10/26/2012

Gunmen killed a guard and fired at a renowned Congolese doctor who has helped thousands of women recover from violent rapes.

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Human Rights Doctor in Congo Eludes Gunmen

New York Times
10/26/2012

A leading human rights activist from the Democratic Republic of Congo narrowly escaped what appeared to be an assassination attempt when gunmen infiltrated his home, took his children hostage and killed a security guard in a spray of bullets before fleeing in a stolen vehicle, humanitarian advocates said Friday.

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An Attack on One of My Heroes, Dr. Denis Mukwege

New York Times
10/25/2012

In the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof writes, "One of my heroes is Dr. Denis Mukwege, a Congolese doctor who repairs fistulas and is a ferocious advocate for women and for his country. I’ve suggested that he deserves the Nobel Peace Prize—and I was horrified to learn that tonight four armed gunmen attacked him at his home, murdered his guard and shot at him. He seems to have narrowly escaped death."

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Compromising With Evil: An archival history of greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012

AlertNet
10/19/2012

The epidemic of rape and sexual violence continues to stalk all of Darfur. As a study by Physicians for Human Rights has shown, the health consequences of rape are staggering, with enormous implications for the well-being of women and girls who have been attacked.

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Combating Gender-Based Violence as a U.S. Policy Priority

Huffington Post
10/11/2012

Women and men in Tunisia and around the world were appalled earlier this month when it came to light that a woman who filed charges of rape against two police officers was herself charged with "public indecency."

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