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UNICEF: Children Suffer as Violence Surges in Sahel

WorldNews Wednesday, 29 January 2020
UNICEF: Children Suffer as Violence Surges in SahelUNICEF says nearly five million children are the main victims of surging violence in Africa's Sahel region, subjecting them to gross violations of human rights, including abductions, recruitment as child soldiers, sexual assault and other forms of abuse. A combination of factors is causing misery among the children and their families in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger. The U.N. children’s fund says increasing drought and flooding due to...
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Africa's Sahel region is facing staggering levels of violence - and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund is warning nearly five million children will need aid there this year.

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