An Indian child laborer eats 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, where an estimated 13 million children work, with laws meant to keep kids in school and out of the workplace routinely flouted.
An Indian child laborer eats 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, where an estimated 13 million children work, with laws meant to keep kids in school and out of the workplace routinely flouted. AP FILE PHOTO
An Indian child laborer eats 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, where an estimated 13 million children work, with laws meant to keep kids in school and out of the workplace routinely flouted. AP FILE PHOTO

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