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Afghanistan7 months ago
Afghan children cannot be held hostage to politics: UNICEF
The UN Children's Fund says children in Afghanistan ‘cannot be held hostage to politics.’
Afghan children cannot be held hostage to politics: UNICEF
Reports8 months ago
UNICEF calls for immediate assistance to save Afghan children
The UN children’s agency has warned that more than one million children in Afghanistan can suffer from severe acute malnutrition and called for humanitarian aid to prevent the catastrophe.
UNICEF calls for immediate assistance to save Afghan children
Afghanistan8 months ago
Over one million Afghan children at risk of death, warns UNICEF
The UN children’s agency warns that more than one million children in Afghanistan are at the risk of severe acute malnutrition and death, calling for "urgent action".
Over one million Afghan children at risk of death, warns UNICEF
Palestine8 months ago
UN agencies demand immediate release of seriously ill Palestinian teenager
A number of UN agencies call on Israeli authorities to immediately release chronically ill Palestinian teenager Amal Nakhleh, who suffers from a rare neuromuscular disorder and has been held without charge for a year.
UN agencies demand immediate release of seriously ill Palestinian teenager
Afghanistan9 months ago
UNICEF says over 28,500 kids killed in Afghanistan in 16 years
“Afghanistan, for example, has the highest number of verified child casualties since 2005, at more than 28,500.”
UNICEF says over 28,500 kids killed in Afghanistan in 16 years
Reports9 months ago
Time running out for Afghan children, UNICEF warns
The number of children in Afghanistan not getting enough to eat is on the rise and health facilities in the country are overflowing with malnourished children.
Time running out for Afghan children, UNICEF warns
Afghanistan9 months ago
Afghanistan's economy in ‘free fall’; 97% population staring at poverty: UN
The UN Emergency Relief Coordinator said 23 million people in Afghanistan are battling hunger, malnourished children are teeming in health facilities, 70 percent of teachers are working without salaries, and millions of students are out of school.
Afghanistan's economy in ‘free fall’; 97% population staring at poverty: UN
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