A Ugandan victim of rape has spoken about her experience of sexual violence as a weapon of war, ahead of an international conference in London tomorrow.
Polline's voice at the conference, which is chaired by William Hague and Angelina Jolie, will help to strengthen the prosecutions of those who commit sexual violence in war.
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