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Man sought for rape of a young woman in Queens College

One man was arrested and another is still being sought for the rape of a young woman in Queens this past weekend.
Police said the armed gun-toting thugs forced a 19-year-old girl into a van at gunpoint, where they raped her.

James Moye, 19, has been charged with rape and kidnapping, New York Daily News reports.

One suspect has been busted in the attack, and cops say they know the identity of the other.

Pravda.Ru has recently reported about two more similar cases.

An 11-year-old girl was raped by three boys ages 8 and 9 in the woods near a suburban Atlanta apartment complex, officials said. The alleged rapists were held Monday in a detention center.

The alleged attack happened Thursday and the girl's mother reported it to authorities Sunday, Acworth police Capt. Wayne Dennard said.

"The juvenile victim stated that an 8-year-old boy and two 9-year-old boys that she had been playing with earlier pulled her into a wooded area, where one of the boys raped her," Dennard said.

The three boys were charged with rape, kidnapping, false imprisonment and sexual assault, Dennard told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Their names were being withheld because of their age.

Another case happened on U.S. military base in Britain.

Renato Sanchez Del Carpio, 22, was convicted at a court martial of raping two women at the U.S. Air Force base in Lakenheath, southern England. He attacked one colleague in Oct. 2005 and a second in Oct. 2006, a U.S. Air Force official at the base told Britain's Press Association

Source: agencies

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