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AGE, the youth initiative of The Star in Malaysia, took the top award in the 2016 WAN-IFRA World Young Reader Prize for its innovative use of video, compelling journalistic storytelling and audience involvement.
From 1998 to 2016, the World Young Reader Prizes are part of WAN-IFRA’s efforts to recognize, encourage and disseminate innovative ideas and thinking to help build stronger and vital news media.
They were from poor Christian communities in Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian capital, the Press Association (PA) news agency said.
Words presumably enough to deter away any unwanted company around their children.They used their initial success and the documentary’s popularity to attract funding that enabled them to investigate and raise awareness about other more serious issues, such as child sex predators on mobile chat apps (become The Star's most-watched video of the year with 1.5 million views, and a mystery illness causing the death of young children in an indigenous tribe that prompted a govenment inquiry.