3 Kenyan Men Jailed for Raping Girl on Uganda-Kenyan Bordertown

A civil rights group says a court in the Uganda-Kenyan bordertown of Busia has sentenced three men to 15 years in jail for gang raping a 16-year-old girl and dumping her into a pit latrine.
The girl was on her way home from her grandfather's funeral in Busia County in June 2013 when the rape took place. She suffered a broken back and serious internal injuries.
The three men are alleged to be part of a group of six men who gang-raped the girl and had been given the punishment of cutting grass by police before an international outcry led to the harsher punishment by the courts.
Kimberly Brown, a legal consultant for Equality Now, said Monday that three of the girl's attackers are still at large a year since the arrest warrants were issued.
Brown says the girl's case and countless others have revealed significant failures by local authorities to adequately address sexual violence.