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Multimedia - In Pictures
1/31/2022 12:36:32 PM

World - Region
1/30/2022 11:53:06 AM
U.N. experts said in a new report that nearly 2,000 children recruited by Yemen's Houthi rebels died on the battlefield between January 2020 and May 2021, and the Iranian-backed rebels continue to hold camps and courses encouraging youngsters to fight.

Multimedia - In Pictures
1/28/2022 5:59:18 PM

Books - Reviews
1/28/2022 5:15:43 PM
In this profile that was first published in 2002 author Youssef Rakha takes a deep dive into the world of the children book author who has been chosen as the person of the year in the 2022 Cairo International Book Fair ( 26 Jan - 7 Feb).

World - Africa
1/27/2022 1:51:59 PM
Nearly 1,500 people died of malnutrition in just part of Ethiopia's blockaded Tigray region over a four-month period last year, including more than 350 young children, a new report by the region's health bureau says. It cites more than 5,000 blockade-related deaths in all from hunger and disease in the largest official death toll yet associated with the country's war.

World - Region
1/26/2022 7:20:20 PM
A distressing series of voice notes sent by an Australian teenager from a prison in northeast Syria underscores the plight of thousands of forgotten children who remain trapped in detention facilities in Syria and Iraq.

Arts & Culture - Visual Art
1/25/2022 5:23:16 PM
The first ‘Dream’ Art Exhibition for Marginalised Children will take place from 14 to 19 February 2022 in Cairo at the Townhouse Gallery to shed light and create social awareness on vital issues facing marginalised children in Egypt.

World - Region
1/25/2022 5:08:27 PM
The United Nations on Tuesday said 32 people, including women and children, had been killed during armed raids in a region of South Sudan plagued by interethnic violence.

Egypt - Health
1/24/2022 5:17:40 PM
Egypt’s health ministry is currently studying lowering the age of coronavirus vaccination for children from 11 to five years old, health ministry spokesperson Hossam Abdel-Ghaffar said on Monday.

World - Region
1/23/2022 10:57:49 PM
“Violence has rapidly escalated since the year began, taking a steep turn in several locations across Yemen, UNICEF reported.

Life & Style - Health
1/21/2022 4:15:42 PM
Including peanuts in children's diets early in life could help stave off allergies against the legume, which can be fatal and affect swathes of youngsters globally, according to a new study Friday

World - International
1/20/2022 11:32:18 PM
When the coronavirus pandemic was first declared, Spaniards were ordered to stay home for more than three months. For weeks, they were not allowed outside even for exercise. Children were banned from playgrounds, and the economy virtually stopped.

World - Africa
1/20/2022 6:03:54 PM
The United Nations says food distribution in Ethiopia's blockaded Tigray region has reached its 'all-time lowest' while more than 50,000 children are thought to be severely malnourished, the latest sign of growing crisis amid efforts to end the country's 14-month war.

World - International
1/17/2022 4:12:20 PM
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour was convicted Monday of inciting racial hatred over 2020 comments he made about unaccompanied migrant children.

Arts & Culture - Music
1/12/2022 5:43:19 PM
This week, Egyptian conductor and composer Nader Abbassi inaugurated the Center for Art and Music Therapy at the 57357 Children’s Cancer Hospital, stressing the importance of music therapy in combatting the illness.

Books - Reviews
1/12/2022 11:24:03 AM
A trilogy by award-winning children's author Kwame Alexander that tells the saga of an African family begins this fall with 'The Door of No Return.''

Al-Ahram Weekly - Theater
1/11/2022 9:11:51 PM

Al-Ahram Weekly - Living
1/11/2022 7:30:45 PM
The Mothers to Be Project in Alexandria is helping prospective mothers understand more about healthcare and other issues they face

World - Africa
1/10/2022 12:48:14 PM
Uganda ended the world's longest school closure on Monday, ordering millions of students back to the classroom nearly two years after learning was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.

World - Africa
1/9/2022 3:06:48 PM
Nyayiar Kuol cradled her severely malnourished 1-year-old daughter as they traveled for 16 hours on a crowded barge to the nearest hospital to their home in rural South Sudan.

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