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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Nina Negroni Employees give the finishing touches to vests and other armoured clothing at the factory of Colombian businessman Miguel Caballero on the outskirts of Bogota, on December 28, 2012. For 20 years, Miguel Caballero has designed and produced body armour for officers and personalities around the world, but is now also working in a line bullet-and-stab-proof wear for children to sell in the US. On the heels of the deadly shooting tragedy in Connecticut, US, in which 20 children and six women were killed, parents' anxiety is driving a surge in sales of bullet-proof backpacks, in the hope the armored bags can give their kids a safety edge. AFP PHOTO/Guillermo Legaria (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Nina Negroni Employees give the finishing touches to vests and other armoured clothing at the factory of Colombian businessman Miguel Caballero on the outskirts of Bogota, on December 28, 2012. For 20 years, Miguel Caballero has designed and produced body armour for officers and personalities around the world, but is now also working in a line bullet-and-stab-proof wear for children to sell in the US. On the heels of the deadly shooting tragedy in Connecticut, US, in which 20 children and six women were killed, parents' anxiety is driving a surge in sales of bullet-proof backpacks, in the hope the armored bags can give their kids a safety edge. AFP PHOTO/Guillermo Legaria (Photo credit should read GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 28, 2012
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