The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) highlighted the dire situation of some three million displaced children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) who face brutal militia violence and extreme hunger.
Lives, futures of 3m children at risk in DR Congo: UNICEF
Asylum seekers said they were “treated like animals” while housed at a decommissioned army facility in the UK that the government had previously been warned was unsafe.
Asylum seekers: UK facility ‘inhumane’
With its fundamental purpose of serving the people heart and soul, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has been devoted to leading the nation towards building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, and has helped it achieve miraculous results in reducing poverty.
Poverty alleviation, a solemn promise fulfilled by Chinese leadership
COVID-19 vaccine passports are "feasible" but not until we know more about how long immunity lasts, experts said.
COVID vaccine passports could discriminate, experts warn
Rosas, a UN Young Leader, is the founder of El Origen, a foundation that provides at-risk youth with a second chance at education. O-lab, the app developed by El Origen, is adapted for indigenous students, who have some of the world’s lowest education attainment levels.
Colombian youth fighting for digital education for all
The UN said in a report that Palestinian socioeconomic development suffered one of its worst years since 1994.
UN: Half Palestinian population need humanitarian help
Primary school teacher Ranjitsinh Disale, winner of the UN-backed 2020 Global Teacher Prize, said that he is driven by empowering students, particularly girls, so they can “unleash their potential” and have the confidence to achieve their aspirations.
Exceptional teacher inspires students and fights scourge of child marriage
Millions of people are out of pocket on flights they were unable to board due to coronavirus restrictions, according to consumer group Which?.
'We can't get a refund for our £980 flights'
Millions of Texans are facing water shortages after the deadly winter storm ravaging the state caused pipes to burst and treatment plants to back up, disrupting services and contaminating supplies.
Millions of Texans struggle for drinking water following deadly winter storm

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