International: Forgotten casualties of war: girls in armed conflict
Source:Save The Children
Girls are abducted against their will to live life in the army. The roles vary from being soldiers to porters but most are forced to serve as sex slaves or ‘wives’. The findings highlight a global trend which is not unique to one country or continent.
Submitted on Sun, 04/24/2005 - 23:00
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