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These are the countries where children are most satisfied with their lives

Living in a wealthy nation is no guarantee of happiness, according to a new UNICEF report. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Coombs

Charlotte Edmond

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Children's mental and physical well-being, academic and social skills. Image: UNICEF
Life satisfaction rates in each country. Image: UNICEF
Youth suicide rate per country. Image: UNICEF
Body dissatisfaction per country. Image: UNICEF

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