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Ten men who committed sexual offences against teenage girls in Rochdale have been jailed for a total of more than 120 years.
Nine men were sentenced on Friday, and another last year, for offences committed over a five-year period.
One of their victims has told ITV News that others in such situations must find the courage to speak out.
ITV News North of England Correspondent Damon Green reports from the court in Manchester:
A victim of one of the Rochdale 10 sentenced to more than 125 years for sex offences against teenagers and young women said that exploitation "is going on everywhere".
When asked whether she thought that there were still teenage girls being exploited in Rochdale, she told ITV News: "More than likely, probably, it's going on everywhere. I think it goes on in Oldham as well just as much as Rochdale."
She was 15 when she was exploited by one of the men who was sentenced to 23 years in prison for offences against her and two others. He cannot be named for legal reasons.
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Police and prosecutors have commended victims of sexual exploitation at the hands of 10 men for their courage and bravery in coming forward.
The main victim of sexual grooming carried out by 10 men in Rochdale reported it to police after watching TV reports of a trial in 2012.