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India Nobel winner launches march for abused children

Indian Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Monday started a cross-country march aimed at forcing authorities to clamp down on the widespread sexual abuse and trafficking of vulnerable children. Satyarthi and scores of supporters embarked on the "India March" at Kanyakumari on the country's southernmost tip. He hopes to get one million people involved in various stages of the march to New Delhi.
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