Several children suspected in terror attacks arrested overseas

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Nearly a dozen children are under arrest for a string of bombings in Pakistan.

Officials say the children, who were between 11 and 15 years old, are accused of helping terrorists for money

A militant group paid them $25 to 50 to drop off packages carrying ticking bombs in the city of Quetta.

Police said the militant group used children because they don’t look suspicious.

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