For Female Refugees, Attempt To Escape Is Often Fraught With Sexual Assault

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Sarah Giles of Doctors Without Borders spent four months on a search and rescue boat in the Mediterranean. She tells NPR's Scott Simon that women refugees are commonly the targets of sexual assault. Editor's note: this conversation discusses the issue of rape.

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