They are the forgotten youngsters – the estimated 168 million, globally, trapped in child labour.
Members of the Albanian Police Special Forces decided to bring some special magic to the youngsters who couldn’t have fun with their friends outdoors during the Global Children…
The Japanese boy lost for nearly a week after being abandoned by his parents for being naughty has left hospital to return home.
The warring sides in Yemen have agreed to release all child prisoners they are holding during peace talks in Kuwait, but Human Rights Watch calls for a commitment to end the use of children in fightin
Seven-year-old Yamato Tanooka was found
at a military camp near Shikabe in northern Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island.
A Japanese child left by his parents in remote woods has been found alive and well.
What do you do when you discover your child has autism and that there are near-to-no specialised services available to help your family?
The Rolling Stones are still rocking – and still reproducing!
With every passing hour, the chances of finding little Yamato Tanooka alive are growing slimmer despite a massive search.
Euronews travels to Hungary and Greece to investigate how they are dealing with Europe’s declining population.
Vassiliki and Kostis got married in 2008, but it was only about a year ago that they had their first child.
To arrest historic population decline Hungary is paying couples generously to have children and build homes. But is the ruling Fidetz party feathering its own nest while cutting out the poor and immig
We spoke to Katalin Novák, the Hungarian State Secretary for the Family.
We have a talk with political analyst and the Director of the Political Capital Institute Peter Kreko
A medical alert has been issued in Catalonia after 60 children became infected with a severe enterovirus bug.
Amina Ali Nkek was reportedly found in the Sambisa Forest, close to Nigeria's border with Cameroon.
Elliniko was the venue for the hockey and basketball fixtures during the 2004 Olympics. Now it is home to more than a thousand refugees.
A couple from Northern India, who are in their 70s, have reportedly become parents for the first time. The mother, Daljinder Kaur, who says she is