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Turkey's missing children
Number of missing doubles to more than 1,000 children so far this year.
Last Modified: 04 Nov 2009 17:02 GMT

There has been growing alarm in Turkey over the huge increase in the number of missing children.

More than 1,000 children have vanished so far this year. Nobody seems to know why, or have any idea where they may have gone.

Al Jazeera talks to Nilufer Narli, a sociology professor in Istanbul, about the shocking statistics after a report from our correspondent, Anita McNaught.

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