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Fear, depression scar child victims of war in Colombia – report

By Anastasia Moloney | Thu, 12 Dec 2013 18:00 PM
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BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Some children have recurring nightmares and constant anxiety, others suffer from insomnia and low self-esteem, and find it hard to interact with their peers. Other children, wounded by landmines, have had limbs amputated or are blind.

These are the mental and physical scars inflicted on children during Colombia’s 50-year-old war, according to a joint study ...

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