The Arab nation hopes to convince families they don't have to have more than two children, but many parents and would be parents are not convinced. The plans is backed by the UN and US.
The "Nowhere but Out" report said children complained about being "physically and verbally abused, and detained overnight in cells without food."
Kenya’s Dandora landfill provides a livelihood for homeless children who are often exploited. A former landfill resident Samuel Omollo started a charity organisation to help children from the dump find a place to live and return to school.
A Surabaya police spokesman said police arrested 13 suspects over the two suicide bombings carried out by two families, after conducting raids in Surabaya and its neighbouring cities of Malang and Pasuruan.
The bodies of four children and three adults were discovered in Osmington, a village near the southwestern tip of Australia. It's the worst mass shooting in the country since the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 prompted tough gun laws.
Of Syria's estimated 10 million children, 8.6 million are now in dire need of assistance, up from about half a million after the first year of war.
Pressure on children to succeed in Hong Kong's vaunted but highly competitive education system sometimes comes at the expense of sleep and play. A charity formed by a group of parents and concerned people is trying to change that.
A Russian ceasefire plan and a UN resolution were supposed to silence the guns around eastern Ghouta and create humanitarian corridors for aid to get in. But so far, the truce in Syria seems to be failing.
David Turpin and Louise Turpin were arrested last month after their 17-year-old daughter escaped from the family's home in Perris, California, and called 911. The couple is suspected of torturing some of their 13 children.
United Nations Children's Fund warned that growing international sanctions have increased acute malnutrition among North Korean children.
Save the Children organisation said Yemen is going through its worst "diphtheria outbreak for a generation" which has so far killed at least 52 people.
Traumatised children from war-ravaged Syria who have lost one parent or both are undergoing therapy in Jordan's capital, Amman. The aim is to help them cope with the mental pain they feel every day.
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