415 million children grow up in war zones, Save the Children reports
13 February 2020 | 2:32 pm
Children face a greater risk than ever before of growing up surrounded by war, sexual abuse and recruitment into armed groups, a study by the charity Save the Children reported. Children in Africa are the most affected.
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