Burmese Parents Are Holding Fake Funerals to Keep Their Children Safe
These families will do anything to prevent their children from being recruited by the country’s rebel groups.
Surabaya Attacks Shine Light on Indonesia's Juvenile Jihadist Problem
Four of the six attackers in the first string of suicide bombings were children.
How Two American Teens Became Assassins for a Mexican Cartel
A new non-fiction book details the bloody rise and fall of two Texas teenagers who became contract killers for the Zetas, killing dozens of people.
Nearly Half of Canadians Are Fine with Omar Khadr’s Bail, but Not Many Like Him
While nearly 40 percent of Canadians see former Guantanamo prisoner Khadr as a child soldier, about one in four still consider him a terrorist.
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Growing Up, Guantánamo
A number of adolescents have been held as prisoners at Guantánamo Bay. This is their story.
The Little Lion: Syria’s 11-Year-Old Killing Machine
We met one of the war-torn country's child soldiers, 11-year-old Mohammed Afar.
Should I Donate Money to Kony 2012 or Not?
And does seeking out Invisible Children's faults make me a cynical snob?
The life of a refugee in detention is sad, lonely and boring.
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The Doodles of War
Liberia's child soldiers drew some pretty horrifying stuff. Tim Hetherington photographed it.