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Boys fight alongside men in Yemen war

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Boys fight alongside men in Yemen warAn AP investigation has found that thousands of children have been recruited by Yemen’s Houthi rebels to fight in the country’s civil war. Boys describe being thrown into the heat of battle, amid bombardment and airstrikes, watching friends die. (Dec.19)
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