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INDIA-CHILDREN-CRIME

In this picture taken on September 12, 2012, Pinki and Dinesh Kumar Singh pose with a photograph of their missing child Shivam Singh at their residence in New Delhi. Thirteen-year-old Shivam Singh promised his mother he would be back to do his homework as he ran to get some sweets. He never returned, becoming one of the 50,000 children who go missing every year in India. According to recent crime data, 14 children go missing in New Delhi every day, at least six of whom are victims of human trafficking. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says around 1.2 million children are victims of child trafficking across the world every year. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/GettyImages)
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In this picture taken on September 12, 2012, Pinki and Dinesh Kumar Singh pose with a photograph of their missing child Shivam Singh at their residence in New Delhi. Thirteen-year-old Shivam Singh promised his mother he would be back to do his homework as he ran to get some sweets. He never returned, becoming one of the 50,000 children who go missing every year in India. According to recent crime data, 14 children go missing in New Delhi every day, at least six of whom are victims of human trafficking. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says around 1.2 million children are victims of child trafficking across the world every year. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/GettyImages)
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In this picture taken on September 12 Pinki and Dinesh Kumar Singh... Nyhetsfoto 153410434Barn,Bostadshus,Fotografi,Horisontell,Indien,Mänskligt intresse,New Delhi,PorträttPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPIn this picture taken on September 12, 2012, Pinki and Dinesh Kumar Singh pose with a photograph of their missing child Shivam Singh at their residence in New Delhi. Thirteen-year-old Shivam Singh promised his mother he would be back to do his homework as he ran to get some sweets. He never returned, becoming one of the 50,000 children who go missing every year in India. According to recent crime data, 14 children go missing in New Delhi every day, at least six of whom are victims of human trafficking. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says around 1.2 million children are victims of child trafficking across the world every year. AFP PHOTO/ MANAN VATSYAYANA (Photo credit should read MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/GettyImages)