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Jolie and Hague visit Bosnia in campaign against sexual violence

1 April 2014 Last updated at 13:55 BST

The British Foreign Secretary William Hague and the Hollywood star Angelina Jolie have travelled to Bosnia as part of a campaign to prevent sexual violence in war zones.

Thousands of women were raped during three years of war in Bosnia in the 1990s - many have never felt able to speak about what happened to them and only a fraction of cases have been successfully prosecuted.

Mishal Husain travelled to Bosnia with them to see the lasting effect of rape in war.

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