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On Streets In Senegal, Thousands Of Boys Are Forced To Beg

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On Streets In Senegal, Thousands Of Boys Are Forced To Beg

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On Streets In Senegal, Thousands Of Boys Are Forced To Beg

On Streets In Senegal, Thousands Of Boys Are Forced To Beg

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Human Rights Watch is urging Senegal to implement a law criminalizing forced begging. Many families are misled into entrusting their children to people acting as Islamic teachers, who then exploit thousands of young boys.

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