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Report: British children living in poverty 'could hit record high'
The proportion of children in Britain living in poverty risks hitting a record high in the next few years as incomes stagnate and benefit cuts continue to bite, a report warned.
Japanese prefecture to allow children to bring smartphones to school
The Osaka — Japan — prefectural government has decided to allow public elementary and junior high school students to bring mobile phones with them to school, beginning this April.
Australia's drought leading to 'suffering' of children, UN warns
A prolonged drought in Australia is having a devastating impact on children and forcing them to ‘grow up’ prematurely, a UN report warned.
Irish psychiatrists treating children for 'gaming disorder'
Psychiatrists are treating teenagers for gaming addiction including some who are adjusting their body clocks to play against people in different time-zones.
British parents unite to fight the ‘farming out’ of children to distant care homes
A group of British parents are planning legal action to ensure their children are housed in residential care homes close to where they live.
Save the Children: War kills over 100,000 babies per year
At least 100,000 babies die every year because of armed conflict and its impact, from hunger to denial of aid, Save the Children International said on Friday.
Israel detained over 500 Palestinians in January: Advocacy groups
Three advocacy groups say Israeli forces detained more than 500 Palestinians, including dozens of children and women, last month.
Deaf children in England fall behind at school, says charity
Deaf children in England are falling behind their classmates from primary school through to General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) — an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in the UK — analysis by the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) showed.
One in seven US children has at least one mental health disorder
About one in seven children in the US has at least one mental health condition, a new study revealed.
'County lines' drug gangs in UK tracking children via social media
A failure to grasp how technology and social media is being used to coerce, control, blackmail and track the movements of children as young as 11 by ‘county lines’ drug gangs has seen an epidemic of child criminal exploitation spiral out of control in the UK.
Australia: Last refugee children in Pacific camp to be moved
The last remaining refugee children detained by Australia on the remote Pacific island of Nauru are being moved to other countries, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday, following criticism of Canberra's harsh treatment of asylum-seekers.
British children as young as 12 'competing to become better self-harmers'
British children as young as 12 are competing with each other to commit worsening acts of self-harm on websites, a groundbreaking study reveals.
Spanish households with children facing poverty almost doubled since last recession
There are around 139,000 households where children live with parents who have no income, according to Spain’s Labour Force Survey, almost double the amount in 2008 before the last recession.
Cold kills dozens of children at refugee camp in Syria: UN
The UN says nearly 30 internally displaced Syrian children have lost their lives because of freezing temperatures and lack of basic needs at a refugee camp in northeastern Syria over the past two months.
Poll: 23% of S. Korean singles say do not plan to have children
Nearly one out of four single South Koreans do not want to have babies, even after they marry, due to concerns over child-rearing costs, a survey showed on Tuesday.

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