On Christmas Day, a second Guatemalan child died in United States government custody while being detained after crossing the US-Mexico border.
In Libya, rampant child abuse persists in 26 Britain-funded refugee detention centres which critics say have been created as a way for European countries to outsource their problem with asylum seekers in their borders.
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