At least 51 children, most of them girls, have been abducted by non-state armed groups in the northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado over the past 12 months, an NGO reported on Wednesday.
The figure could be higher as it only reflects reported cases, Save the Children said.
“There is currently no verified data available to show the number of children who have managed to escape their captors, or the number of children still missing,” the NGO said.
Children have been abducted on their own, or…
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