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Mom: 7-year-old raped with a hose was offered candy to stay silent After raping the 7-year-old girl with a water hose in New Delhi, the attacker handed her 10 rupees and a piece of chocolate in exchange for her silence, according to her mother. He then left her -- a towel around her waist and bleeding -- near her home. String of attacks in India sparks outrage A string of attacks on girls in India in the last year have sparked outrage, amplifying demands for tougher and faster punishments. CNN's Phil Black reports. Five arrested over gang rape and murder of 9-year-old girl in India Five suspects have been arrested in connection with the brutal rape and murder of a nine-year-old girl who fell victim to a family feud in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. The women and girls of Delhi are fighting back As India grapples with the problem of sexual violence, tens of thousands of women in Delhi are lining up for self-defense classes. CNN's Nikhil Kumar reports. She was raped at 15. Two years on she's still fighting for justice. It was meant to be a quick run to the local village shop. Instead, it marked the beginning of a terrifying ordeal.
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