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The Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) is releasing children associated with its armed groups, ending the recruitment and use of children within their ranks. The United Nations, through its children’s agency UNICEF, facilitated this process in line with the UN-MILF Action Plan on addressing the recruitment and use of children in armed conflict in Mindanao.

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