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General secretary of national union of Somali journalists (NUSOJ) Mohamed Ibrahim speaks to media outside a court in Mogadishu on February 5, 2013. A Somali court has sentenced a woman who said she was raped by security forces and journalist Abdiaziz Abdinuur, who interviewed her, saying they were guilty of insulting the state. Abdinuur, who works for several Somali radio stations as well as international media, was detained on January 10, 2013 after researching rampant sexual violence in Somalia. Human rights groups have condemned the ruling against the rape victim and Abdinuur. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid Abdulle Abikar (Photo credit should read ABDURASHID ABDULLE ABIKAR/AFP/Getty Images)
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General secretary of national union of Somali journalists (NUSOJ) Mohamed Ibrahim speaks to media outside a court in Mogadishu on February 5, 2013. A Somali court has sentenced a woman who said she was raped by security forces and journalist Abdiaziz Abdinuur, who interviewed her, saying they were guilty of insulting the state. Abdinuur, who works for several Somali radio stations as well as international media, was detained on January 10, 2013 after researching rampant sexual violence in Somalia. Human rights groups have condemned the ruling against the rape victim and Abdinuur. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid Abdulle Abikar (Photo credit should read ABDURASHID ABDULLE ABIKAR/AFP/Getty Images)
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General secretary of national union of Somali journalists Mohamed... News Photo 160757215Courthouse,Horizontal,Horn of Africa,Journalist,Law,Mogadishu,National,Secretary-General,Somalia,Talking,The Media,Trial,UnionPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPGeneral secretary of national union of Somali journalists (NUSOJ) Mohamed Ibrahim speaks to media outside a court in Mogadishu on February 5, 2013. A Somali court has sentenced a woman who said she was raped by security forces and journalist Abdiaziz Abdinuur, who interviewed her, saying they were guilty of insulting the state. Abdinuur, who works for several Somali radio stations as well as international media, was detained on January 10, 2013 after researching rampant sexual violence in Somalia. Human rights groups have condemned the ruling against the rape victim and Abdinuur. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid Abdulle Abikar (Photo credit should read ABDURASHID ABDULLE ABIKAR/AFP/Getty Images)