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China ready to cooperate with Iran in children’s book publishing field
The Managing Director of Chinese Ananas Publishing Institute Qin Nan said that his institute is ready to cooperate with Iran in the field of publishing children’s books.
Over 100,000 children in consistent poverty
Over 100,000 children in Ireland are living in consistent poverty and the Government must ensure that Budget 2020 takes the vital steps needed to put an end to this, the Children's Rights Alliance has said.
UK Home Office planning to end family reunion for children after Brexit
The UK Home Office is preparing to end the current system of family reunification for asylum-seeking children if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, the Guardian learned.
Children in UK least happy in a decade, says report
Childhood happiness in the UK has fallen to its lowest level in a decade, with more than 200,000 children unhappy with their lives, according to a report.
Study: Blood test detects concussion and subconcussive injuries in children and adults
Researchers at Orlando Health are making new progress in finding ways to detect a traumatic yet sinister brain injury — and getting closer to preventing further damage.
Violence forces 1.9m children out of classes in West, Central Africa
More than 1.9 million children are forced out of school across West and Central Africa due to rising violence and insecurity, putting them at higher risk of recruitment by armed groups, the United Nation’s children agency warned.
Weeding, writing and arithmetic… why green fingers are good for our children
From the water vole to the Scottish wildcat, the dwindling numbers of Britain’s most at-risk animals are well documented. But now the alarm bell is sounding over a rather more overlooked endangered species: Green-fingered children.
Britons, their unborn children at risk due to government inaction over toxic chemicals in everyday use, MPs warn
Ministers are ignoring a ‘cocktail of toxic chemicals’ in furniture, food packaging and children’s prams which could harm the health of Britons, even before they’re born, MPs have warned.
150 films from 44 countries to vie at Iran’s children’s festival
A total of 158 titles, including feature and short films, short animations, web series and special shows, from 44 countries will compete at the 32nd International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Isfahan, according to the festival’s director Alireza Tabesh.
UN: Conditions improve for world's poorest but children bear greatest burden
The United Nation’s key global poverty index has identified that conditions for the world’s poorest 40 percent are improving more quickly than for those just above them.
Vaccination rate for Australian children hits record high
Data released by the Australian government for the first quarter this year revealed that 94.78 percent of all Australian five-year-olds have been immunized, up from 94.67 percent in the last quarter of 2018.
UK children’s lives could be cut short by air pollution
Air pollution could shorten a child’s life by up to seven months, a study on one of the largest UK cities has suggested.

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