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'Marina', who alleges she was raped by two Russian soldiers while her small village was occupied in March 2022. She says she doesn't feel comfortable reporting the crime to the police, and says her scars are still raw. <br />
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Officially, 171 victims have agreed to start legal proceedings, though investigators say the number is thought to be 'much, much higher'. The victims are aged from four to 82, and include 39 men and 13 children. Ukraine is the first country to begin documenting evidence of rape as a war crime as the conflict rages on.