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The Sex Slaves of Al Shabaab

For six years the Kenyan army has been fighting Al Shabaab militants in Somalia. The BBC has discovered that Kenyan women are being trafficked as sex slaves to Al Shabaab camps.

For six years the Kenyan army has been fighting the Somali Islamist militants Al Shabaab. As part of an exclusive investigation, the BBC has discovered that Kenyan women are being abducted and trafficked as sex slaves to Al Shabaab camps.

Anne Soy meets women who have managed to escape from the camps, and an Al Shabaab insider who reveals for the first time how vulnerable women are captured and imprisoned.

This film contains some content viewers may find disturbing.

30 minutes

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