Somalia intelligence agency may use children as spies
Clip: 05/08/2016 | 4m 2s
A new report reveals that the East African nation of Somalia, which has been fighting with the support of the U.S. an insurgency by the radical al-Qaeda affiliate al-Shabab, is using children as informants. A Washington Post exclusive reports that it could be a flagrant violation of international law. The newspaper’s Deputy Foreign Editor Mary Beth Sheridan in D.C. joins Megan Thompson to discuss.
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