China is doing a poor job at political education for university students because the classes are outdated and unfashionable, the education minister said in a rare admission of the difficulties faced enforcing a key government policy.
China admits political education for students is poor
More than 75 underprivileged children in Udhagamandalam, a town in India, were treated to a carnival by Siragugal, a group working to provide quality education for children from two schools.
A carnival for underprivileged children
The Super El Niño of 2015 to 2016 wrought droughts and floods around the world, yet it is its sister La Niña that is now fuelling drought and hunger in East Africa.
Climate change making Kenya’s droughts more severe
Ministry of Sports and Youth is studying a plan to provide pre-marriage training. If approved, one article will be added to the conditions required for registering a marriage.
Youth Ministry mulls pre-marriage training as condition for registering marriage
Unvaccinated children could soon be banned from being enrolled in childcare centers and preschools across Australia under a federal government plan
Unvaccinated children to be banned from preschools in Australia
Having slogged in the tiny, dimly-lit kitchen since 4 a.m., the Chau sisters are finally done mixing, kneading, steaming and cooking, some seven hours later.
Vietnam’s ticking time-bomb of elderly poverty
For most Americans, daylight saving time means only one thing: losing an hour's sleep. So what is the point?
Daylight saving time for Americans means losing an hour's sleep
It is 'completely impossible' to control the vast numbers of unlicensed pharmacies illegally selling drugs online, the British medical regulatory agency has warned.
Controlling UK illegal online pharmacies impossible
Every day some 370 million children around the world are fed at school, while learning about healthy food and nutrition through school meals programs that also help boost attendance, the United Nations reported.
370m children eat healthy food at school
Just a small fraction of adolescents with opioid addiction in the US will receive medications that can help them quit, new research shows.
Few US teens receive effective opioid addiction treatment

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