38 children murdered
Posted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
38 children murdered
WITHIN the past four years, 38 children have been murdered in this country, chairperson of the Child Protection Task Force and former Independent Senator Diana Mahabir-Wyatt yesterday revealed.
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