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Severe water shortages may hit one in four children by 2040: UNICEF
The UN children's agency UNICEF predicts that 25 percent of children, 600 million in total, may live in areas with severely limited water resources by 2040, exposing them to fatal diseases such as cholera and diarrhea.
Women, children slaughtered in South Sudan
Women and children are being slaughtered in South Sudan by soldiers who said to be using knives for the massacres to save their ammunition.
UN: Violence against Syria's children 'at its worst' in 2016
Violence against children in war-ravaged Syria was "at its worst" in 2016, the UN's children's agency said Monday as the conflict completes its sixth year.
A carnival for underprivileged children
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.
370m children eat healthy food at school
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.
Syrian children suffering toxic stress
Syrian children show symptoms of ‘toxic stress’ and are attempting self-harm and suicide in response to prolonged exposure to war, according to a report released on Tuesday.
Environmental risks kill nearly two million children each year: WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that one in four children under five die each year across the world due to exposure to various environmental risks, including pollution.
Overweight mothers underestimate  their children’s weight
It’s not the case that overweight parents always bring up overweight children, but it’s also not uncommon.
Thousands of children breathe toxic air in London
Tens of thousands of children at more than 800 schools, nurseries and colleges in London are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution that risk causing lifelong health problems, The Guardian disclosed.
UNICEF: Nearly 1.4m children face famine in four countries
Nearly 1.4 million children are at "imminent risk" of death in famines in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, the UN children's agency UNICEF said on Tuesday.
Turkish toy store owner launches holy book campaign for children
A toyshop owner in Turkey's central Anatolian province Konya is offering presents to children under the age of 11 who read the Arabic and Turkish interpretations of the Surah Al-Asr from the Qur’an.
China's left behind children
The generation of lonely youngsters have been deserted by their parents who left to work in booming cities
Fears grow for children of substance abuse parents
Around 450 calls have been made to a helpline in the last three years raising concerns about drug and alcohol abuse taking place around children in Northern Ireland.
UN warns children at risk as Yemen ‘catastrophe’ looms
Three UN agencies on Friday launched an appeal for emergency food aid to conflict-torn Yemen to avoid a humanitarian "catastrophe" that will hit children the hardest.

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