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Israel’s crimes against children ‘clear manifestation’ of war crimes: Iran
Iran’s permanent ambassador to the United Nations called on the world body to demand accountability on the part of Israel for its “heinous” crimes against children.
80% of Gaza children suffer depression after 15 years of blockade
Four out of five children in the Gaza Strip suffer from depression, sadness and fear caused by fifteen years of the Israeli blockade on the territory, a report published by Save the Children has found.
Dozens of children killed, maimed in Yemen in two months: UNICEF
At least 47 children were “killed or maimed” in Yemen’s war in January and February following a surge in violence, the United Nations said on Saturday.
Illinois couple’s tradition of donating stuffed animals for police to give to children continues
Every year like clockwork, Elgin Police Department in Illinois, the US, receives a special delivery at the beginning of the holidays.
WHO warns 75% of Yemeni kids ‘chronically malnourished’
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that 75 percent of Yemeni children suffer from acute malnutrition, as Saudi Arabia keeps bombing the southern impoverished neighbor in defiance of international calls to end its war.
10,000 children killed or maimed in Yemen: UN
Seven years of conflict in Yemen has killed or injured at least 10,000 children, UNICEF said Tuesday after a mission to the country.
Winners of 34th Int’l Film Festival for Children and Youth announced
The winners of the 34th International Film Festival for Children and Youth in different sections were announced during a ceremony held on Wednesday in Tehran.
Rohingya children stage 'genocide' anniversary protest at Bangladesh camps
Hundreds of children on Wednesday defied a ban on protests at Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh to mark the fourth anniversary of a Myanmar military crackdown which sparked an exodus across the border, community leaders said.

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