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against children increase in 2018U▓N report says grave violations against children increa▓se in 2018UN report says grave violations against children increase in 201807-31-2019 10:40 BJTUNITED NATIONS, July 30 -- A UN report released Tuesday documented that the level of grave violations against children worldwide last year was on the raise.The 2018 Annual Report on Children and▓ Armed Conflict said that more than 24,000 grave viol▓ations against children were verified by the United Na

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tions in 20 country situations.Continued fighting between parties to conflict,

new conflict dynamics and operational tactics, combined with widespread disregard for international law, had a devastating effect on children, it said.While the number of violations attributed to non-State actors remained steady, there was an alarming incre▓ase in the number of violations attributed to State actors and to international forces in comparison with 2017.UN Secretary-General Ant▓onio Guterres is "disheartened", said his deputy spok

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esman Farhan Haq. Apart from the verifie▓d violations, thousands of others wer

e pending verification due to resources and access constraints.Guterres is particularly ▓appalled at the number of children killed or maimed in the 20 country situations on the Children and Armed Conflict a▓genda last year, which reached more than 12,▓000 boys and girls, an unprecedented level, said H▓aq."This is the highest number we have▓ ever recorded since 2005 on this violation," Special Representative of the Secretary▓-General for Children and Armed Conflict Virgini▓a Gamba t

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old the press.The number of child casualties▓ in Afghanistan remained the highe

st such ▓number in the present report, and children accounted for 28 percent of all civilian casualties.In the▓ Syrian Arab Republic, air strikes, barrel bombs and cluster munitions resulted in 1,854 chil▓d casualties, and in Yemen, 1,689 children bore the brunt of ground figh▓ting and other offensives, the report said.Children cont▓inued to be forced to take an active part in hostilities, including to carry out suicide bombings against civilians,

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said the report, addin▓g that others were used in support role▓s such as sexual slaves or human shields.Somalia remained the country with the highest number of cases of the recruitment and use of children followed by Nigeria, according to the report.The report also verified 1,023 attacks on schools and hospitals. In the Syria, 2018 witnessed 225 attacks, the highest numbers of attacks, on schools and m

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  • secure brighter future for children08-21-2018 11:07 BJTThe international community should forge a united f▓ront to secure a brighter, and healthier future for all children, said Ma Yili, a well-known▓ Chinese actress and UNICEF (UN Children's Fund) a▓mbassador during her recent trip in Ke▓nya."The purpose of this visit is mainly to learn from and▓ exchange with health workers in Ke

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