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Over 230,000 Colombian children uprooted by war despite peace talks: UNICEFMore than 230,000 Colombian children have been forced to flee their homes since peace talks between the government and rebels began three years ago, and children will continue to be at risk even if a deal is reached, the United Nations said on Monday.Children are also at risk of being recruited, and 1,000 children were used or recruited by illegal armed groups, including the FARC, in the last three years, UNICEF said.In the last three years since peace talks began, at least 180 children, mostly girls, were victims of sexual violence at the hands of warring factions, it said.
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