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Reuters 23 Aug 2016
At the peak of a searing summer, Palestinians living in parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank are suffering from...
Reuters 23 Aug 2016
The boy looked scared and younger than 16 when Iraqi police grabbed him on the street in the northern city of Kirkuk....
Reuters 05 Jul 2016
Having been kidnapped by Boko Haram, held for almost a year, and raped by several militants, 28-year-old Aisha Umar...
The UNICEF launches a new campaign against parents physical and pyscological abuse
Hend El-Behary 23 Jun 2016
UNICEF Egypt has launched a Ramadan campaign aimed at reducing physical and psychologial abuse of children in Egypt....
Syrian refugees
Reuters 16 Jun 2016
Migrant children in northern France are forced into crime and prostitution on a daily basis to secure a place to stay...
Reuters 15 Jan 2016
UN children's fund UNICEF on Friday confirmed cases of severe malnutrition among children in the besieged Syrian...
Reuters 11 Jan 2016
Bombs dropped by suspected Russian warplanes killed at least 12 Syrian schoolchildren on Monday when they hit a...
© AFP | Archival screen grab from a Boko Haram video
 
AFP 22 Dec 2015
The Boko Haram insurgency has kept more than one million children out of school, the UN children's agency reported...
Health workers wearing protective clothing prepare to carry an abandoned dead body presenting with Ebola symptoms at Duwala market in Monrovia, 17 August 2014.
Reuters 07 Nov 2015
A cholera outbreak in Iraq has spread to neighboring Syria, Kuwait and Bahrain, and risks turning into a region-wide...
According to UNHCR statistics there are at least 12 million refugee children around the world. The Syrian conflict alone has forced two million children to flee their homes, leaving their memories behind.
 
Hend El-Behary 08 Sep 2015
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has launched a campaign entitled “Back to School...