Brutal violence against children up in Lithuania - doctor

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At least one child beaten at home is admitted to the Lithuanian Kaunas Clinic every month, and the number of brutal violence against children is increasing, says Rimantas Kevalas, the head of the Children's Hospital of the Kaunas Clinic.
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