State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
Queen Elizabeth Ii
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
Italian Elections 2022
More about this topic
Do you know as much about climate change as these kids do?
ITALIAN ELECTIONS 2022
More about this topic
Child poverty is a burden on Europe’s prosperity and stability | View
Without proper investment to ensure all children are able to reach their full potential, Europe cannot build a sustainable, inclusive recovery, argues Eurochild President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.
These teens are showing politicians up with their simple climate ideas
Five eco-pioneers are in the running for the 2021 Children's Climate Prize, and could get nearly €10,000 for their projects.
Displaced Syrian children in Idlib compose 'letters of peace'
Syrian children draw and write messages on a paper roll during an event organised by the Shafak NGO.
Playtime's over: German thief caught after stolen toy reveals location
The stolen Toniebox was returned to the kindergarten on Monday but there was no fairytale ending for the burglar.
Pfizer says its COVID vaccine works in children aged 5-11
The laboratory said it will be seeking FDA approval in the US to administer its vaccine to children under 12.
Excitement meets worry as European kids head back to school
Children across Europe are going back to school, with hopes of a return to normality after 18 months of pandemic disruption and fears of a new surge in infections from the highly infectious delta variant.
Kids in China can now play online games for just 3 hours a week
The strict time limits mean under-18s will be limited to playing for just an hour a day on Fridays and weekends.
Stopping humanitarian aid to Afghanistan 'could spark a catastrophe'
"If funding is frozen to anything which is going on in Afghanistan, including the humanitarian operation, that will precipitate a catastrophe here for the Afghanistan people."
China allows couples third child amid demographic crisis
China will now allow couples to legally have a third child as it seeks to hold off a demographic crisis.
Spain defends the return of unaccompanied child migrants to Morocco
Spain’s interior minister has defended sending unaccompanied child migrants back to Morocco and denied accusations by rights groups that the returns breach international law.
Denmark unveils a new school without desks to encourage creativity
Frello School, named after local artist Otto Frello, has a particularity: the school was designed without desks.
Could COVID breathalyser tests be the end of invasive nose swabs?
Forget COVID PCR tests up your nose. Getting tested with a simple puff of air might be the diagnostic tool of the future.
Crashed train “Murtalbahn” recovered from River Mur
At the border between Salzburg and Styria, the crashed train “Murtalbahn” was recovered from the River Mur on Friday 6 August. At the beginning of July, the train crashed into the rootstock of a fallen tree and derailed.
LEGO collector builds miniature toy city with shops and cafes
The bustling LEGO metropolis includes imposing buildings, sprawling shopping complexes, cafes, and parks.
This playground uses a microclimate to let children breathe clean air
There is now so much air pollution that structures are being created purely so that children can play safely.
Hungary's LGBT vote isn't democracy but tyranny of the majority | View
Hungary's LGBT vote isn't democracy but the tyranny of the majority, writes Maria Sjödin.
European Medicines Agency first to approve Moderna jab for children
It is the first time the vaccine has been authorised for people aged under 18.
Air pollution 'significantly' hinders foetal development in the womb
Research shows air pollution is hindering crucial childhood development from the womb into education.
Belgium repatriates 6 mothers and 10 children from Syria camps
The operation marks Belgium's largest repatriation effort from jihadist camps since the fall of the so-called Islamic State group in 2019.
Queen Victoria, Elizabeth II statues defaced during Canada Day protest
It follows the discovery of the remains of hundreds of children at former schools for indigenous children.
Argentine campaign to reunite families begins overseas search
The movement was started by the Abuelas de la Plaza de Mayo, whose pregnant daughters went missing or were killed by the dictatorship.
Czech documentary film highlights the scale of online grooming
The makers of "Caught in the Net" created three fake profiles of young girls to try and expose sexual predators and their online tactics.
Hamster wheels and zip wires: How these kids plan to save the planet
A study has shown how the younger generation feel about climate change and what they would do to solve it if they had the power.
Italy in shock after three people killed in shooting near Rome
A gunman shot and killed an elderly man and two young boys on Sunday before barricading himself in a home outside Rome. He was later found dead.
UN warns 30,000 children risk death from famine in Ethiopia's Tigray
The risk of famine is imminent in Tigray, unless food, livelihood assistance and other life-saving interventions are scaled-up, unimpeded access is given and violence stops.
This Togo football agent is helping homeless children through sport
“We realised football has no language. If you put kids from different countries together, they will be able to play it,” Jean Koffi Akpo said.