Insight for Sunday 23 September 2007
Two recent cases of serious violence involving teenagers in Auckland have highlighted concerns about teenagers getting into deadly trouble. But the issue isn't exclusive to New Zealand.
In England, eight children have died this year after getting caught up in gang violence. The youngest was Rhys Jones, 11, shot dead near his home in Liverpool.
The BBC's Winifred Robinson grew up on the public housing estate where Rhys lived, and returns there to find out why a once-model housing project is now plagued by gang violence and drugs.
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