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Il est de coutume que The Bridge Magazine consacre l’éditorial de chaque décembre aux enfants en zones de guerre, et /ou ceux surpris par le tumulte des atrocités de la vie. Cependant, ce Noël, en plus des causes susmentionnées, The Bridge Magazine se concentre en particulier sur les calamités des enfants au Royaume-Uni et ceux des immigrés clandestins africains noirs en Libye. The Bridge MAG. Image

Le nombre d’enfants  contraints de faire appel aux banques alimentaires a presque récemment quadruplé au Royaume-Uni,  et beaucoup ont  passé la nuit à la belle étoile ce Noël.
Alors que nous nous apprêtions à fêter  Noël et  l’année  nouvelle, des dizaines de milliers d’enfants dans le monde vivent une pauvreté abjecte.
Au   Royaume-Uni,  une myriade d’enfants ont recours aux dons des  boites de conserve des  secours populaires …

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The Bridge Magazine a souhaité un joyeux Noël à tous les enfants du monde entier! The Bridge MAG. Image

As we head towards Christmas and the New Year, tens of millions of children worldwide are living in abject poverty.
While in the UK tens of thousands of children receive the most rudimentary nutrition from tinned food provided by food banks, thousands of miles away in Libya children are trapped in abject poverty and are easy prey to organ trafficking.
Recent data published on The Trussell Trust …