The UN's annual Children and Armed Conflict report showed that the US-backed YPG terrorist group and its affiliates in Syria have recruited 221 minors, killed dozens others and even seized schools for military use from January to December 2021.
China has also launched a crackdown on private tutoring companies, ordering them to go non-profit.
Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said arrangements were being made to reopen girls' secondary schools without giving a date as students returned to primary schools.
The celebrations were cancelled after remains of almost 1,000 children were discovered at former Indigenous schools, sparking a reckoning with the country's colonial past.
The military has insisted schools open on Tuesday after a year's absence due to Covid-19 and the coup in February, but many educators have already decided they won't return to the job they love.
The aid package aims to deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals and resources to vaccinate a nation confronting a frightening surge in Covid-19 cases and deaths.
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.
A gradual transition to in-person education will begin on September 21 and will depend on how responsibly families and students behave amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shuttering minority schools is part of Greece's “assimilation and oppression” policy that it continues to follow for decades against the Turkish minority in Western Thrace, Turkey's foreign ministry said.
Country with most Covid-19 cases in the world remains divided on whether to implement national mask mandate or reopen schools as it witnesses an average of about 60,000 new infections a day in July.
UNICEF Spokesperson Toby Fricker said that some 1.3 million people, including around 650,000 children, are now in need of some form of humanitarian assistance.
After the abrogation of Article 370, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said Kashmir would become "shaandaar” (spectacular). TRT World debunks these claims, one after the other.
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