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Rape survivors brace as Colombia's warlords prepare to leave jail

By Anastasia Moloney | Tue, 3 Jun 2014 15:30 PM
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BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Gentle songs and chants emanate from a community hall in a deprived neighourhood on the south side of Bogota. They are sounds usually heard at funerals held among Afro-Colombian communities to honour the dead.

Yet there is no funeral here, even though for the 30 women sitting in a circle on cushions and singing, it feels like ...

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