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'Grim milestone': More than half of Ukraine's children displaced
Around 4.3 million children have been displaced since the start of the war, UNICEF said, while Ukrainian officials reported 128 child deaths.
Russian and Ukrainian chefs join forces for 'Cook for Ukraine' project
Ukrainian chef Olia Hercules and Russian chef Alissa Timoshkina, have teamed up to create 'Cook for Ukraine', a fundraiser for those affected by the war.
Poor countries refuse 100 million COVID vaccine doses set to expire
Developing countries turned away some 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines because they were about to expire, the United Nations said.
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Euronews talks to award winning Beninese singer-songwriter and activist Angelique Kidjo about her music, passions and work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
UNICEF 'cautiously optimistic' over preserving Afghan education gains
It comes amid concern the swift Taliban takeover of the country will reverse progress made over the last two decades.
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.
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Congo volcano kills 15 people, thousands flee
More than 170 children were still feared missing Sunday after the chaos of the Mount Nyiragongo eruption Saturday night
COVID-19 putting millions of girls at risk of child marriage: UNICEF
The UN agency estimates that the pandemic may undo progress seen in recent years and put an additional 10 million girls at risk of forced child marriages before the end of the decade.
COVID-19: UNICEF to feed UK children for first time in 70-year history
According to UNICEF, 2.4 million British children already grow up in food-insecure households and over a fifth of these households with children have gone hungry during the lockdown due to financial difficulty.
'This virus makes it a double burden' for children in Middle East
The UN children's agency has called for an extra €85 million to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa. Euronews spoke to Juliette Touma, the Regional Chief of Communication for UNICEF, in the Middle East and North Africa.
WATCH | Turning plastic waste into buildings
A new initiative to fight plastic waste can give hope to Ivorian school children.
Switzerland and the UK ranked among the worst countries for families
According to a new report from the UN's children charity, Switzerland and the UK are among the least family friendly places in Europe.
Venezuela's exodus: UN agencies say four million people have now fled
Venezuela's economy has imploded and there are widespead shortages of food and medicine and there are also high levels of violent crime.
UN: 20m missed vaccinations each year causing global measles outbreaks
In high income countries, the US, France then Britain have had the highest numbers of unvaccinated children between 2010-2017.
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Living with a disability is challenging, and no more so than for 14-year-old Rijad Mehmeti. Living with cerebal palsy in Kosovo, he dreamed of a magic school where he could enjoy his education. Now, he dreams of equality for all children to enjoy their education, regardless of disability.
Can the world eradicate female genital mutilation?
There are more than three million girls worldwide at risk for FGM annually, 180,000 in Europe.
World Children's Day: What is the global status of children?
Children have their rights denied every single day. On World Children’s Day, The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) aims to build a world where every child has the right to basic human needs such as freedom, food, water, shelter and education.
Child migrant arrivals at Greek islands 'soar by one-third in 2018'
On average, more than 850 children arrived on the Greek islands each month between January and August.
Turkey denies hitting Afrin hospital killing 16 people
According to Syrian Kurdish forces, Turkish troops and allied rebels struck the main town
No Comment: 'No words to describe children's suffering' in Syria
UNICEF said it had no words left for what's been happening in eastern Ghouta. The only way to understand is to see it. (The scenes are disturbing and upsetting.)
The world is 'failing' newborn babies — UNICEF
Infants from the best places to be born are up to 50 times more likely to die in the first month of life
Unicef seeks to raise funds for Syrian children using cryptocurrency
Unicef has started recruiting gamers to mine Ethereum — the second-most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin — to raise money for Syrian children.
No safe places left for children in global conflicts, warns Unicef
The UN children's fund says attacks on children have reached a "shocking scale"
Humanitarian aid reaches Yemen as crisis worsens
The flights carrying medical supplies and aid workers are the first allowed in nearly three weeks, since a blockade imposed on the war-torn country sparked an international outcry.
"One of the greatest refugee crises of modern times"
UNICEF is calling for urgent help for refugee Rohingya children in southern Bangladesh
Girl and baby blown-up in ‘appalling increase’ of human bombs in Nigeria
The number of children blown-up has quadrupled so far in 2017.