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3 ways mobile is solving the global identity crisis

Newborn babies wait to be massaged inside a children's hospital in Xining, in northwestern China's Qinghai province, November 13, 2006. A population expert has called on China's legislature to make it a criminal offence to identify the sex of an embryo for non-medical purposes and also to outlaw abortions that are not medically justified, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA) - GM1DTXWQEXAA

One in three children under the age of five have not had their births officially registered Image: REUTERS/Simon Zo

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