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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.
France extends COVID-19 vaccination to 12-18 year olds
France will begin inoculating teens aged 12-18 on June 15, President Macron said as COVID-19 indicators were deteriorating in southwestern regions.
Online criticism grows over French proposal to ban hijab for children
#HandsOffMyHijab: Online criticism grows over a proposed French law banning children from wearing a hijab in public spaces.
Belgium to repatriate children of jihadists held in Syria refugee camp
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said 30 to 50 children located in a refugee camp in northeastern Syria would be brought to Belgium.
Spanish app provides support to child cancer patients and families
This year International Childhood Cancer Day is focussing on how to help families better cope with all aspects of the illness.
Netherlands suspends foreign adoptions over abuses and corruption
Minister for Legal Protection Sander Dekker said in a statement that "it is painful to conclude that the government has not done what was expected of it".
TikTok agrees to block underage users in Italy
It comes after a girl, 10, died in Sicily while participating in a so-called “blackout” challenge on the Chinese-owned network.
Clown doctors show laughter is the best medicine, but they need help
Some went online, others also performed in front of windows, balconies and courtyards. Europe's clown doctors even used hydraulic lifts to reach patients on the upper floors of clinics. But fundraising events to support such work has been hit by lockdowns.
UK nurse charged with murder over multiple baby deaths
Lucy Letby, 30, is to appear in court on Thursday where is facing eight counts of murder and 10 of attempted murder over the death of babies at the Countess of Chester Hospital between June 2015 and June 2016.
Belgian region of Flanders sees COVID-era boom in homeschooling
Although schools remain open in Belgium, some parents have decided to home-school as a way to spend more quality time with their children and get out into nature.
Brussels bear hunt as parents bid to amuse children during lockdown
If you go down into Brussels today, you're in for a big surprise...
Scotland's rising political star quits over messages to teenager
The resignation of Scotland's finance minister raises important questions about what red lines are - legal or moral - in the social media age.
Shooting instead of school: the stolen childhood of children in Yemen
The 20 November marks the 30th anniversary of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. But in Yemen and in other conflict areas, children are the main victims of human rights violations
The Brief: MEPs vote to condemn Poland's anti-sex education bill
Parliament voted overwhelmingly to condemn a bill proposed by the Polish government that would criminalize sex education in schools.
Watch: UK charity struggles to meet demand for children's shoes
A UK charity that donates school shoes to children around the world is receiving requests closer to home. Shoes are distributed through baby banks or often requested by concerned teachers.
UEFA sanctions loophole as Romania invites 30,000 children to football
UEFA had ordered Romania to play the match behind closed doors, after failing to control their supporters.
Scotland becomes first country in UK to ban smacking
Members of the Scottish Parliament on Thursday voted by 84 votes to 29 in favour of a ban on all physical punishment. But where else in Europe is smacking children banned?
Watch: Girls and boys march in step as oldest youth guard turns 175
In 1844 a band of boys were engaged by Tivoli amusement park founder Georg Carstensen as his guard of honour. Now there are 94 youth guards aged 8-16, including 20 girls.
Union blasts 'pee on a policeman' lyrics for 'inciting terrorism'
The song tells the story of a child who would do anything to not go to school.
Brief from Brussels: Saving Syria's lost generation
More than two million Syrian children don’t go to school and they’re among refugees in countries such as Turkey. We’re looking at the risk of a lost
Spain: poverty hits millions despite growth
It looks like an ordinary summer’s day at a swimming pool on the outskirts of Sevilla in southern Spain: a group of children are splashing around in the water.
The poverty cycle
Why is poverty on the rise in Europe and what can be done?
EU steps up child migrant protection
A surge in migrant children arriving in the EU has exposed gaps in protection.
'Numerous barriers' in accessing EU infertility services
A new EU report claims there are “numerous barriers” in accessing infertility services across the European Union.
Europe's education - What works, what does not
France is a country known for its national motto: Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité.
French Education Minister Najat Vallaud Belkacem spells out her hopes for the future of the country's education system
Has France looked at education systems in other European countries and how will reforms affect the prospects of pupils in the future when they leave school?