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Male Rape Under-reported in South Sudan Conflict

Analysts say social and cultural taboos prevent people from coming forward

Analysts say social and cultural taboos prevent people from coming forward. The research was carried out among South Sudanese refugees in Uganda. About 4% of the men surveyed and 20% of the women say they have been raped. Plus, ahead of next week's election, Kenya's economy is reportedly strong but are citizens feeling the dividends?

Picture: Male refugee rape victim speaks out in Uganda. Credit: BBC

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