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Croatia's Wartime Rape Law Raises Hope and Doubt

Thursday, July 23, 2015

A long-overdue law guaranteeing reparations for wartime rape that passed on May 29 is cause for celebration. But the challenges in drafting and passing it could portend difficulty in widespread implementation, set to begin this fall.

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