Foreign Office Apology For Egypt Rape Victim

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A British woman who was raped in Egypt has received an apology and £1,000 in compensation from the Foreign Office after it failed to provide proper support to her.
 
A British woman who was raped in Egypt has received an apology and £1,000 in compensation from the Foreign Office after it failed to provide proper support to her.
 
The woman believes her attacker was an Egyptian military officer and she asked the UK embassy in Cairo for help. Her unhappiness at the response led to an official complaint, which has been upheld by the Parliamentary Ombudsman.