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Monday, 30 October 2017 11:54

Steer Troubled Youth Away From Radicalism

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The establishment of a Counter Radicalism Youth Policy by the Government was the topic of debate by Youth Parliamentarians on Monday.

Cherrylene Lewis reports on the debate of the policy serving as a deterrent for young people to enter into terrorist and radical activities from their perspective.

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