Where Child Sacrifice Is A Business

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In this Feb. 11, 2010, file photo, Balluonzima Christ, left, and Rose Ajiba hold a photograph of their child Caroline Aya, allegedly killed for a sacrificial ceremony in Jinja, Uganda. The number of children and adults killed in ritualistic murders rose to a new high in Uganda recently, police figures show. At least 15 children and 14 adults were killed so that their body parts could be used in ceremonies carried out by witch doctors who in many cases persuade paying customers that the sacrifice | AP File

Schoolchildren are closely watched by teachers and parents as they make their way home from school. In playgrounds and on the roadside are posters warning of the danger of abduction by witch doctors for the purpose of child sacrifice.

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