BBC carries the horrifying story of Ugandan women who were lured to Iraq with promises of lucrative jobs, then held as slaves and raped.
On the other side of Baghdad, at an American military base, a Ugandan security contractor called Samuel Tumwesigye heard what was happening to these women.
He called one of them, Agnes, on a mobile phone she had hidden, and promised to help her.
"The first thing I did was go to my bedroom and pray to God," Mr Tumwesigye said. "I thought: 'Please, I'm going to start this. Let me succeed.'"
He told Agnes that if she could escape from the house and get to the Flying Man statue close to Baghdad Airport he would rescue her. ...
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