Belfast: Nothin's Worth Killing Someone

All wars, it is said, are fought for the benefit of future generations. This is a story of how those generations are responding. The responses vary, as you would expect. The five war zones represented here are quite different from one another, and the children in each place have their differences as well. Nor do those within a single war zone necessarily react in the same ways to the terrors around them. What all these children do have in common is a fierce will to surviveā€”a will...

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