Afghanistan's Child Recruits Tell Their Story

Friday, May 13, 2011

BBC correspondent Paul Wood visited children in Afghanistan who were tricked into becoming suicide bombers, before they were arrested by coalition authorities. Children as young as eight say that they were told that they wouldn't die if they carried out an attack. We hear their voices.

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Paul Wood

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