Abuse of indigenous children in Canada horrific: Chinese envoy

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Addressing a UN Security Council open debate on children and armed conflict on Monday, China’s permanent representative Zhang Jun said the recently exposed abuse of indigenous children in Canada at residential schools that led to the loss of over 4,000 lives is shocking and horrific.

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