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  • 20140825_JapanChildPoverty
    AsiaOne | Reuters

    Ririko Saito and her 11-year-old daughter Yumi eating dinner together, one of only two meals they have a day in an attempt to keep household costs low, at their apartment in Tokyo on May 14, 2014. Japan's child poverty rate has hit a record high, according to a government survey, prompting criticism that Tokyo was not doing enough to fix the problem.
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    Belfast Telegraph

    Professor Mike Tomlinson from Queen's School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work led the study in Northern Ireland. He said the impact of violent conflict shows similar patterns around the world. "This is what has happened in Northern Ireland. The evidence is clear," he said. "Dealing with the past needs to include tackling the deprivation of those whose lives are most blighted by the years of conflict."
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