In this 2015 file photo, an Indian child laborer ate a piece of a muskmelon on the World Day against Child Labor on the outskirts of Jammu, India. Despite the country’s rapid economic growth, child labor remains widespread in India.
In this 2015 file photo, an Indian child laborer ate a piece of a muskmelon on the World Day against Child Labor on the outskirts of Jammu, India. Despite the country’s rapid economic growth, child labor remains widespread in India. Channi Anand Associated Press
In this 2015 file photo, an Indian child laborer ate a piece of a muskmelon on the World Day against Child Labor on the outskirts of Jammu, India. Despite the country’s rapid economic growth, child labor remains widespread in India. Channi Anand Associated Press

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