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A six-year-old girl has been shot dead in Myanmar, becoming the youngest known victim in the crackdown following last month's military coup. Khin Myo Chit's family told the BBC she was killed by police while she ran towards her father, during a raid on their home in the city of Mandalay. Rights group Save the Children says more than 20 children are among dozens of people who have been killed. In total, the military says people have been killed in protests, while the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners AAPP activist group puts the death toll at at least

Myanmar coup: Six-year-old shot 'as she ran into father's arms'

Video: Grandma forces way into teen's home for an American Girl Doll

A year-old in Nebraska thought it would be OK to let a year-old grandmother come to her house to buy a doll. Sophie Wetzel started collecting American Girl Dolls when she was a kindergartner. But now that she's a senior in high school, she's outgrown the dolls. Sophie sells her dolls on Facebook Marketplace and always met the buyers in a public place. But this time, Sophie and her mom thought it would be OK to allow a woman to come to their house to purchase a doll.

Coronavirus despair forces girls across Asia into child marriage

Tens of thousands of girls across Asia are being forced into child marriage by desperate families plunged into poverty because of the coronavirus pandemic, as campaigners warn that years of progress tackling the practice is being undone. These improvements are being eroded as the impact of the virus causes mass job losses, leaving parents struggling to feed their families, experts say. Poverty, lack of education, and insecurity drive child marriage even in stable times, so periods of crises exacerbate the problem, the NGO says.
This study contributes to what is currently known about the experiences of girls in fighting forces as distinct from those of boys. It is meant to assist policymakers in developing policies and programs to help protect and empower girls in situations of armed conflict and postwar reconstruction. Within the context of Northern Uganda, Sierra Leone and Mozambique girls in the fighting forces have suffered major human rights violations, especially gender-based violence.