Mental Health and War

NPR's Kenneth Walker reports from Luanda on how the seemingly endless civil war in Angola has damaged the mental health of the people there. Most Angolan families have been touched by the four decades of violence. Having family members or friends killed, wounded, or tortured has left deep psychological scars. Children, especially, show the effects in their behavior.

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