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Review of ‘The Greatest Silence: Rape in Congo’ screened at the RSM Global Health film club 28 March 2012

The author Philip Gourevitch once wrote: “Oh Congo, what a wreck. It hurts to look and listen. It hurts to turn away”.  Exploited and misruled for much of its modern history, this country has spent more than a decade in a state of semi-permanent civil war.  5.4m people have died, mostly from disease and starvation, [...]
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