Bangladeshi wins children’s prize for fighting cyberbullying

A 17-year-old Bangladeshi boy won the International Children’s Peace Prize on Friday for his work combating cyberbullying in his country, and he vowed to keep fighting online abuse until it is eradicated.

“The fight against cyberbullying is like a war, and in this war I am a warrior,” Sadat Rahman said after he was handed the prestigious award at a ceremony in The Hague. “If everybody keeps supporting me, then together we will win this battle against cyberbullying.”

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