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Stolen childhood: Gang violence in El Salvador SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador, 24 November 2017 – Tears roll down her face.

Through the sobbing, she describes how her family has suffered at the hands of one of the world’s deadliest street gangs.

He likes studying Myanmar and maths, and enjoys working in the school garden and playing catch with his friends.

"Some days I just have to listen": A family therapist works with Syrian refugees in Turkey IZMIR, Turkey, – As a family therapist, Zeynep Kapisiz regularly deals with anger, depression, fear and many pleas for help. The problems she is trying to solve can seem intractable.

Surrounded by a tiny garden of jasmine flowers and olive trees, the pretty setting stands in contrast to what the children living there have been through. the immaculate white court building is buzzing with activity. Tricia Collins, the court’s Intake and Welfare Officer, waits patiently to greet each new person.

It was there that the militia arrived, and I do not know what kind of magic they did, but the motorcycle could no longer work... I just ran away." Myanmar children in a Kachin camp hope for peace KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Baum Myaw, 12, lives with her family at a camp for displaced people near Myitkyina, the capital of Kachin State, Myanmar.

A new life after spending teen years in Myanmar army KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zwe Chit left school when he was in grade eight. They all wanted to join the army and pushed him to do the same. Broken sanctuary: attacks on schools in Myanmar KACHIN STATE, Myanmar, - Zau Seng, 11, is a student at Nam Ya Middle School, in Moe Nyin District, Kachin State, Myanmar.

Fields of maize, as tall in places as the mud huts of farmers, tower over the children who run past them.

Healing emotional wounds from conflict in eastern Ukraine MARIUPOL, Ukraine, 7 April 2017 – The emotional wounds and trauma of living through more than three years of conflict are an everyday reality for hundreds of thousands of children and teenagers in eastern Ukraine.