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Where are they found?

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Where are they found?

  1. 1. Where are Child Soldiers found? Some of the 20 countries  Afghanistan: national army and other elements of state security forces; armed opposition groups.  Central African Republic: state-allied armed groups.  Colombia: national army (for intelligence purposes); armed opposition groups.  Côte d’Ivoire: national army/state security forces; state-allied armed groups; armed opposition groups.  Democratic Republic of the Congo: national army and other elements of state security forces; Congolese and foreign armed opposition groups.  India: armed opposition groups.  Iraq: elements of state security forces.
  2. 2.  Israel: national army (for intelligence purposes).  Libya: national army and other elements of state security forces; armed opposition groups.  Mali: armed opposition groups.  Myanmar: national army and other elements of state security forces; armed opposition groups.  Pakistan: armed opposition groups.  Philippines: national army (for intelligence purposes) and other elements of state security forces; armed opposition groups.  Thailand: other elements of state security forces and armed opposition groups.  Somalia: national army; state-allied armed groups; armed opposition groups.  Sudan: national army and other elements of state security forces; state-allied armed groups; armed opposition groups.  South Sudan: national army; armed opposition groups.  Syria: national army and state-allied armed groups (use of children as human shields); armed opposition groups.  Yemen: national army and other elements of state security forces; state-allied armed groups; armed opposition groups.

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