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A mass rape victim comforts her son in the town of Fizi, Congo. She was among nearly 50 women who were raped during a campaign by Congolese soldiers on the night of Jan. 1.A mass rape victim comforts her son in the town of Fizi, Congo. She was among nearly 50 women who were raped during a campaign by Congolese soldiers on the night of Jan. 1.AUBREY GRAHAM/SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Mama Lubero is one of the many women raped in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She sits through an interview about her ordeal at HEAL Africa, an aid organization in Goma trying to help some of the thousands of victims every year.

A mass rape victim comforts her son in the town of Fizi, Congo. She was among nearly 50 women who were raped during a campaign by Congolese soldiers on the night of Jan. 1.A mass rape victim comforts her son in the town of Fizi, Congo. She was among nearly 50 women who were raped during a campaign by Congolese soldiers on the night of Jan. 1.AUBREY GRAHAM/SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON TIMES Mama Lubero is one of the many women raped in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. She sits through an interview about her ordeal at HEAL Africa, an aid organization in Goma trying to help some of the thousands of victims every year.

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