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Nature play helping children run wild
In the era of helicopter parenting, it’s heartening that there are moves afoot to offer children a more ‘hummingbird’’ experience through unstructured nature play.
US Parents adopting children to see higher fees
The US government has raised fees and made a series of regulatory changes recently for American families adopting children overseas, fueling resentment toward the State Department among agencies who fear further reductions in the already dwindling number of foreign adoptions.
One in four Iraqi children in poverty
One in four Iraqi children are in poverty and four million are in need of assistance as a result of the country’s war with Daesh terrorist group, the United Nation’s children agency said.
UN panel urges Spain to ban children from bullfights
A UN committee has urged Spain to ban children from attending bullfights or bullfighting schools, arguing that they need to be protected from the ‘harmful effects’ of the practice.
UN: 83 children killed in Middle East, North Africa
At least 83 children were killed in conflict zones throughout the Middle East and North Africa last month, according to the United Nations children's agency.
Spatial skills higher among children played with construction-based toys
Childhood play experiences strongly shape a person's spatial skills, according to a new CIRES-led study — those skills can be critical to success in fields like science and engineering.
One-third of Irish children in regular contact with strangers online
Children in Ireland are putting themselves at risk by contacting strangers online, according to new research.
Iran-Malaysia Children's Festival to be held in February
The first joint children's festival of Iran and Malaysia will be held in various fields, including storytelling, science, and education in Kuala Lumpur.
83 killed in 'war on children' across Mideast in past month, says UNICEF
The UN children's agency (UNICEF) says at least 83 children were killed in Middle East war zones in January.
Classroom robots stand in for children too ill to go to school
In classrooms around the world, teachers are starting to use robots to enhance learning experiences.
School is 'by far the biggest concern' for stressed children
Two-thirds of children are stressed about life at secondary school while only a tenth are worried about social media.
Workshop focuses on protecting children online
People in Shenandoah County worked together on Saturday to try to help children.
UN: Saudi-led coalition killed 68 children in Yemen last summer
The Saudi-led coalition that is fighting in Yemen is responsible for the deaths of scores of children since last summer, a United Nations report said.
Climate change is hurting children the most
In the US, the 21 young people who are plaintiffs in the case Juliana v. US will soon make their case against the government for failing to take action against climate change. Similar lawsuits have been filed in countries including Portugal, India, and Pakistan.

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