Where kids pay price of war

Bokhari, Farhan
January 1996
Christian Science Monitor;1/5/96, Vol. 88 Issue 28, p6
Reports that Afghanistan's long civil war and a lack of humanitarian aid may be forcing children to become militants and maybe grow up to be international terrorists. United Nations efforts to combat the continuing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan; Difficulty in finding international donors for immediate humanitarian aid; Conditions that Afghanistan children live under; Reference to a series of bomb blasts in Pakistan.


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