Nobel Peace Prize Winners Call On International Community To Make More Efforts To Prosecute Perpetrators Of Wartime Sexual Violence, Bring Justice To Victims

New York Times: Nobel Peace Prize Winners Demand Global Action on Mass Rape
“Nadia Murad and Dr. Denis Mukwege, who won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for their campaigns to end mass rape in war, condemned on Monday what they called the international community’s indifference to wartime sexual violence and pleaded for new efforts to arrest or punish those responsible…” (Mueller, 12/10).

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