Human Rights Watch found a similar lack of familiarity with health services and fear of costs when interviewing Rohingya rape survivors in December and January That was how they kept me in place. They described being raped in their homes and while fleeing burning villages. These likely represent only a small proportion of the actual number of women and girls raped because they do not include those who were raped and subsequently killed, because the deep stigma attached to sexual assault makes survivors reluctant to seek assistance, and because various other factors discourage reporting, including concern about paying fees for medical care and lack of confidence in future criminal investigations. Before I sign off, the good news:
After the assault, the men dumped F's naked body outside her home and set it on fire.
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Her young son began to cry. Pregnant women who fled also recounted terrible hardship during their journeys, including giving birth en route to Bangladesh. There was a siege, and then there was no rice. Two [of our] kids followed him out and then they all disappeared. Other countries Bangladesh. Watch Live: