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Cyclone Survivors Forced To Trade Sex For Food: Daily Brief

Survivors of Mozambique’s devastating cyclone are being sexually exploited in return for aid; fears that religious hatred will be stirred again after Sri Lanka bombings; UN chief’s disappointing silence on human rights; “grave injustice” against jailed Myanmar journalists; Central African Republic warlords rewarded with government posts; food poverty in the UK; mass executions in Saudi Arabia; and Syrian refugee Nujeen Mustafa makes UN history…
Thursday, April 25 2019
The man brought her a bag of rice, a bag of corn flour, and one kilo of beans. Then he started touching himself and “told me it was now my turn thank him.” @hrw uncovers horrific reports of #CycloneIdai survivors being forced to trade sex for food.
25 APRIL 2019 10:56
The Mozambique authorities should urgently investigate the alleged sexual exploitationof Cyclone Idai victims by local officials, HRW has said. Hunger and destruction caused by the cyclone have left hundreds of thousands of women vulnerable to abuse.
Truly horrifying: @hrw finds that local officials in Mozambique have used their authority over aid distribution lists to sexually coerce women affected by last month’s cyclone:
25 APRIL 2019 05:23
“The sexual exploitation of women struggling to feed their families after #CycloneIdai is revolting and cruel and should be stopped immediately”
25 APRIL 2019 08:49
If one of the bombers’ goals in slaughtering hundreds of innocent men, women and children at hotels and churches on Easter Sunday was to stir new religious hatred in Sri Lanka, that may now be happening in some areas.
Many of the Muslims fleeing Negombo in Sri Lanka belong to the Ahmadiyah community, who had been hounded out of Pakistan years ago after their sect was declared non-Muslim 

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