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Child labour controversy in Bolivia

Earlier this year a highly controversial law was passed in Bolivia allowing children as young as ten to work.

Human rights groups called the legislation a step back in a country that has made huge economic strides in the past decade.

As President Evo Morales begins his second term, what does the new law mean for Bolivia's younger generation?

Katy Watson reports from La Paz.

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