Extracted from text ... The reception was so good for me because they had no hope that I
was alive. They welcomed me but it seemed they had some fears I
had done atrocities so they kept asking all these questions. I was not
forced to kill anybody so I told them everything that had happened...I
didn't like it because they wanted to know in detail all that had happened
and I was not free about it. It made me sad.4
According to United Nations' estimates, a quarter of a million children under
the age of 18 years serve as soldiers in national ..