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Girl Dies in IDP Camp Blast in Somalia, 17 Injured

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“A child picked up an unexploded bomb somewhere near the camp and brought it among a group of IDPs resting under the shade of a tree and started playing with it. It went off and injured 18 people. On her way to hospital, [the] child died from her wounds,” said Khalif Mohamed Ali, the police chief of Sool region.

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Nel territorio del Sool (Sol) in località Ari Adeye, un bambino raccoglie un ordigno inesploso, non ci pensa due volte e con la bomba tra le mani si avvia tra i suoi amici, tutti riuniti al riparo di un grande albero. I piccoli di età compresa tra i 5 e 10 anni iniziano a giocare con l’ordigno che infine esplode causando la morte di un bambino e il ferimento di altre 17.

Fonte: reliefweb.int

Somalia has been convulsed by two decades of conflict and many times children have been killed, blinded, crippled – or inadvertently caused the death of their friends – while playing with unexploded ordnance or munitions left behind on the battlefield by parties to the conflict.

Foto: thedailybeast.com

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