U.S. Support for Child Soldiers Needs To Stop
The U.S. government should not allow or support the use of child soldiers in countries such as Chad, Sudan, and Yemen, stated a group of NGOs in a letter to President Obama.

November 5, 2010

The U.S. government should not allow or support the use of child soldiers in countries such as Chad, Sudan, and Yemen, stated a group of NGOs in a letter to President Obama. The current administration is granting national interest waivers and full U.S. military aid to these countries, even though it is in violation of the Child Soldiers Prevention Act.

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