Rescuing India's lost children
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This week, we head to India where 11 million youths have gone missing from their homes, mostly trafficked to other parts of the country. After years of denial of this dark reality, one police officer decided to rescue the missing children.
Also, one Japanese city tries to obtain UN recognition of kamikaze pilot letters. While critics see this controversial bid as a glorification of war, others say the farewell notes bear witness to the brutality of World War II.
Finally, coffee is becoming the new fashionable beverage in China. Some producers have taken an unusual and lucrative approach to making the drink, with the help of a certain furry creature.