Story on U.N. study on child detentions withdrawn
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Nov. 18 story headlined 'U.S
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Nov. 18 story headlined "U.S. has world's highest rate of children in detention -U.N. study" is withdrawn. The United Nations issued a statement on Nov. 19 saying the number was not current but was for the year 2015. No replacement story will be issued.
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