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God's Beggar Children

Every day in the west African state of Senegal, tens of thousands of schoolboys are sent out to beg on the streets by their own teachers. They are the Talibes, pupils at private Islamic schools, forced to live a life of abuse and exploitation.

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Fri 17 Dec 2010 03:30

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