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21-year-old woman raped by Turkish soldier at Syrian border |


21-year-old woman raped by Turkish soldier at Syrian border | The woman who is currently staying with her relatives in Hatay, together with her father and brother, told that she was mentally depressed and couldn’t even go out since the incident, and demanded the trial of the rapist soldier to “not allow the same thing to happen to some others”.

The young woman’s father, A.B., told the followings in his testimony to the public prosecutor; “I wanted to flee the war environment in Syria and cross into Turkey with my children. Soon after we crossed the border near G�ve��i village, a Turkish soldier guarding the border suddenly shouted at us and started to battered me. I begged her to leave us because of my daughter being near us. As he continued battering me, I became dazed and we fell into the trench at the border.

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