A decade after the start of the war, the majority of Syrian children don’t see a future in their home country, and many continue to feel unsafe in their new countries of residence.
More than 170 children from slums attend classes at a protest site by the Singhu border, on the outskirts of New Delhi.
There are some worrying signs coming from France, which seeks to limit academic freedom in the name of defending national interests and preventing foreign interference.
FM Mevlut Cavusoglu is in Pakistan for a three-day visit, where he will also participate in a second three-way summit between Pakistan, Turkey and Azerbaijan.
Internal political fighting fed by external powers like Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Iran has heavily damaged Yemen’s educational system, and the lives of those in academia.
Tongliao city police have unveiled headshots and descriptions of 129 suspects alongside a $150 reward for leads in a bid to squash protests by ethnic Mongolians against a new policy that can endanger the Mongolian language.
Academic, social and mental health consequences are worrying, while e-learning has likely exacerbated inequality. But shutdown might have also brought about increased independence and family benefits for children too.
Not everyone has access to computers and the internet to continue attending school from home.
Dramatic images on Sunday of protesters in the port city of Bristol tearing down a statue of 17th century slave trader Edward Colston and throwing it into the harbour inspired campaigners in Oxford to seize the moment.
The attack was an eerie throwback to deadly attacks at schools in China over past years that prompted security upgrades and that authorities have blamed largely on people bearing grudges or who had unidentified mental illnesses.
The United States aims to sever ties with Chinese graduate students who are accused of having connections to the People’s Liberation Army. Not everyone is happy about it.
Students of New South Wales, the most populous state, and the northern state of Queensland began going back to school on a limited basis to lessen the risk of spreading the illness, state leaders said.
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