Asia

Armenia

During the Armenian Genocide (1915-1917), the Young Turks, the Turkish armed forces, militias, and members of the public engaged in a systematic campaign of genocidal rape and various types of sexual violence against female Armenians and children of both sexes.

Resource: Wikipedia

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More info:

Genocide and the Rape of Armenia

Japanese occupation

Nanking 1937-1938

Map of brothels under the Japan occupation in Southeast-Asia

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Bibliography:

Chang, Iris (1997). The Rape of Nanking, England, Penguin Books

 

Korea

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Afghanistan

Soviet invasion of Afghanistan 1979-1989

War in Afghanistan 2011-

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Vietnam

Vietnam War 1955-1975

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Syrian Arab Republic

Syrian Civil War 2011-

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Yemen

Yemen Civil War 2015-

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Iraq

Iraq War 2003-2011

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Myanmar

Internal conflict 1948-

Rohingya crisis 2016-

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Nepal

Nepalese Civil War 1996-2006

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Bangladesh

In 1971, during the nine-month war that gave Bangladesh its independence from then West Pakistan, more than 200,000 women held in rape camps and were detained for two and a half months.

Source: The Guradian

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Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan Civil War 1982-2009

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Philippines

Manila massacre 1945

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