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IDENTIFICATION OF THE SHOCK! 1 in 8 births that happened in 2015 in a war zone

Increased by more than 125,000 is the number of babies that were born in 2015 in war zones. Last year, with 16.4 million children were born in war zones, while this year this was increased to 16.6 million, emphasized UNICEF.”There may be a worse beginning for a life?”, questioned the director of the UNICEF Anthony Lake.Prolonged civil wars put the lives of citizens at risk in a large number of countries, including Syria, the central African Republic and South Sudan.One of these infants is the Ντιλγκές, the son of 19-year-old Ναχίντ, who is a refugee, said the worker at the UNICEF Christopher Tidey at the Thomson Reuters Foundation. The young mother, which divorced the war from her parents, he traveled alone with him aged 7 months son and arrived in Turkey, he added. “I really feel awe about'this man, the inner strength that is”, he noted referring to the 19-year-old.Children born in areas in which war may not have a healthy emotional and mental development and are more likely to die before you complete the fifth year of age, from'what children born in areas in which there is peace, it also highlights the UNICEF.Babies can also suffer if the arrest is the result of a rape in time of war, also notes Debra Ντέλετ, professor of political science at the University of Drake, Iowa, which he has co-authored a study on this issue.”There are cases that some women are attempting to kill their children at birth,” adds the same. UNICEF predicts for the coming year, an increase of 16.7 millions of children who are born in war zones.Source

Increased by more than 125,000 is the number of baby…
born in 2015 in war zones. Last year, with 16.4 million children were born in war zones, while this year this was increased to 16.6 million, emphasized UNICEF.
“There may be a worse beginning for a life?”, questioned the director of the UNICEF Anthony Lake.
Prolonged civil wars put the lives of citizens at risk in a large number of countries, including Syria, the central African Republic and South Sudan.
One of these infants is the Ντιλγκές, the son of 19-year-old Ναχίντ, who is a refugee, said the worker at the UNICEF Christopher Tidey at the Thomson Reuters Foundation. The young mother, which divorced the war from her parents, he traveled alone with him aged 7 months son and arrived in Turkey, he added. “I really feel in awe of him, the man, the inner strength that is”, he noted referring to the 19-year-old.
Children born in areas in which war may not have a healthy emotional and mental development and are more likely to die before you complete the fifth year of their age than children born in areas in which there is peace, it also highlights the UNICEF.
Babies can also suffer if the arrest is the result of a rape in time of war, also notes Debra Ντέλετ, professor of political science at the University of Drake, Iowa, which he has co-authored a study on this issue.
“There are cases that some women are attempting to kill their children at birth,” adds the same. UNICEF predicts for the coming year, an increase of 16.7 millions of children who are born in war zones.
Source

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