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Manifestations of Sexual Violence(Tigiray Province-Afghanistan-Yemen-South Sudan)

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The report touched on the manifestations of sexual violence in different places of conflict such as Tigray, Afghanistan, Yemen and South Sudan, where:
Migrant and refugee women and girls in conflict-affected areas, particularly those in detention facilities, continued to face increased risks of sexual violence in Libya and Yemen. Sexual violence is practiced in the context of kidnapping victims or human trafficking, and it was also practiced by terrorist groups.
The year 2021 witnessed waves of terrorism in many regions, which were accompanied by sexual violence and human trafficking. As a result of the penetration of the presence of terrorist groups such as the Islamic State in the Greater Sahara and the Support of Islam and Muslims, local grievances in Mali and Burkina Faso, this led to an increase in sexual violence rates in conflict areas.

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