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Congo / Rape / Gitenet Interview #840578

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 04, 2006
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CIA World Fact Book statistics on AIDS in Congo cited.

(Studio & Goma: Anderson Cooper) The rape of women & children in Congo by soldiers featured; scenes shown from a hospital in Goma. [Heal Africa Dr. Luc MALEMO†- says the people have lost hope; comments on the fistulas after the traumas of rape.] [Rape victim "ANGELA" - {thru translator} recounts what happened to her & how her husband responded; hopes for a miracle.]

(Rutshuru, Congo: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Doctors Without Borders Romain Gitenet about the rape in Congo. [GITENET - talks about the recent increase in raped women, how the men are not brought to justice, the level of violence against the civilian population by armed groups.]

Cooper, Anderson

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