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Here's How Many Kids Have Died Already This Year Crossing The Mediterranean

At least 600 children have died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea so far this year, according to a report released this week by international aid group Save the Children. On average, two children have died or disappeared each day between January and September, according to data the humanitarian group analyzed. As the world faces the worst refugee crisis since WWII, the number of drowning deaths have continued to rise.
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