This once-starving toddler accused of being a witch is now happy and healthy

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When Danish aid worker Anja Ringgren Lovén first found Hope, abandoned and naked, she was convinced he was at death's door.
When Danish aid worker Anja Ringgren Lovén first found Hope, abandoned and naked, she was convinced he was at death's door.
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In photographs he looks like any other happy boy, his skin glowing with health, a grin plastered across his face.

There’s one of him all dressed up in a three-piece suit, ready to attend a wedding.

In an earlier picture he’s a toddler wearing bright red shorts, chunky white trainers and a little backpack as he prepares for pre-school.

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