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This Tightly Edited Video Shows What War Does To Children [VIDEO]

Call me a wimp, but I tear up every time I hear ‘Zombie’ by the Cranberries on the radio. It was a big hit during the 90s when the war in Bosnia-Segovia was going on. All I could envision was children trying to escape the horrors of the region. And this video will hit an emotional cord as well.

This video shows a young girl’s life as it gets turned upside-down asking the question, what does war do to children?

Also, the video produced by ‘Save the Children UK‘ makes a very bold statement at the end. Please watch.

And here is that ‘Cranberries’ tune we referred to earlier.

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