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2000 'lost' teddy bears appear on UK high streets
2018-12-10 
A child holds a 'lost teddy bear' outside Westminster Cathedral on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Children's charity World Vision UK distributed 2,000 of the bears across UK streets Wednesday to mark the launch of its latest campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the dangers children face in the worlds' poorest communities. Each bear – named Hope – is fitted with a tag on its wrist with directions on how people can help the world's most vulnerable children. [Photo: VCG]"
Masses of 'lost teddy bears' appear outside Westminster Cathedral on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Children's charity World Vision UK distributed 2,000 of the bears across UK streets Wednesday to mark the launch of its latest campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the dangers children face in the worlds' poorest communities. Each bear – named Hope – is fitted with a tag on its wrist with directions on how people can help the world's most vulnerable children. [Photo: VCG]"
A 'lost teddy bear' is pictured on a UK street on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Children's charity World Vision UK distributed 2,000 of the bears across UK streets Wednesday to mark the launch of its latest campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the dangers children face in the worlds' poorest communities. Each bear – named Hope – is fitted with a tag on its wrist with directions on how people can help the world's most vulnerable children. [Photo: VCG]"
A 'lost teddy bear' is pictured on a UK street on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Children's charity World Vision UK distributed 2,000 of the bears across UK streets Wednesday to mark the launch of its latest campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the dangers children face in the worlds' poorest communities. Each bear – named Hope – is fitted with a tag on its wrist with directions on how people can help the world's most vulnerable children. [Photo: VCG]"
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