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    Mike O'Sullivan
    January 05, 2013 12:55 AM
    Teenagers who leave home are sometimes lured or forced into prostitution. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports that one Los Angeles charity called Children of the Night helps them turn their lives around and get an education.

    Teen Prostitutes Find Help Getting off the Streets

    Published January 04, 2013

    Teenagers who leave home are sometimes lured or forced into prostitution. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan reports that one Los Angeles charity called Children of the Night helps them turn their lives around and get an education.


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