War kills over 100,000 babies a year: Save the Children

Save the Children

In the 10 worst-hit countries, a conservative estimate of 550,000 infants died as a result of fighting between 2013 and 2017.

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Mohan Bikram Dahal, National Center for Children at Risk
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