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300 babies die in war zones every day, Save the Children reports

By DW
17 February 2019   |   1:00 pm
Some 300 babies worldwide die every day due to the effects of war, Save the Children has estimated in an analysis focused on 2017. Nearly one-in-five children — about 420 million — were living conflict zones.

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