(The Washington Post)
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Meet Babacho Mama, former child soldier thinking of returning to the fight
In 2015, the U.N. convinced Babacho Mama and more than 1,700 other child soldiers in South Sudan to put down their weapons. But a lack of opportunity and food is forcing some to reconsider their pledge.
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