S. Sudan demobilized child soldiers on slow recovery

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN - MARCH 4: Hundreds of child soldiers in South Sudan's Pibor Administrative Area have been recently demobilized from the South Sudan Democratic Movement-Cobra faction, a rebel group that signed a peace deal with the government in mid-2014. According to the UN children's fund (UNICEF), 550 child soldiers have so far been demobilized in the Gumuruk and Pibor areas. Following the release of a second batch of 300 former child soldiers in mid-February, UNICEF Country Representative Jonathan Veitch voiced concern over some of the children's behavior. (Photo by UNICEF POOL / Sebastian Rich /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN - MARCH 4: Hundreds of child soldiers in South Sudan's Pibor Administrative Area have been recently demobilized from the South Sudan Democratic Movement-Cobra faction, a rebel group that signed a peace deal with the government in mid-2014. According to the UN children's fund (UNICEF), 550 child soldiers have so far been demobilized in the Gumuruk and Pibor areas. Following the release of a second batch of 300 former child soldiers in mid-February, UNICEF Country Representative Jonathan Veitch voiced concern over some of the children's behavior. (Photo by UNICEF POOL / Sebastian Rich /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
S. Sudan demobilized child soldiers on slow recovery
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