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Jolie says leaders now have tools to deal with war rape

12 June 2014 Last updated at 11:36 BST

The Hollywood actress and UN special envoy, Angelina Jolie, has told the BBC that a London conference on sexual violence in conflict is helping ensure that governments have no excuse to avoid tackling the issue.

In an interview, alongside the British Foreign Secretary William Hague with whom she is co-hosting the meeting, Ms Jolie said a protocol drawn up for the conference meant that governments now had all the information they needed to take action.

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