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Sierra Leone President, Julius Maada Bio, Bows Down to Pressure, Declares Rape a National Emergency

Rape fatalities in Sierra Leone include babies below 3 months old and 70% of survivors are under 15 years.

Sierra Leone President, Julius Maada Bio, Bows Down to Pressure, Declares Rape a National Emergency
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