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Deaths 'expose plight of left-behind children'

By Wang Xiaodong in Bijie, Guizhou and Xu Wei in Beijing | China Daily | Updated: 2015-06-12 07:30

Police in Guizhou province confirm that four siblings died after consuming pesticide

Experts said on Thursday that a case in which four siblings died after being left without parental care amid China's urbanization drive again exposes the plight of such youngsters.

Police in Bijie, Guizhou province, have confirmed that the four children died after ingesting pesticide on Tuesday.

Deaths 'expose plight of left-behind children'

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