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Burkina Faso Education: Radio programme helps displaced children

Thousands of people have fled violence in Burkina Faso since last year - as groups linked to Daesh and Al Qaeda have stepped up attacks in the Sahel region. Students have been forced to abandon their education. But as Sharon Ogunleye reports, they're now able to keep up with their schooling using a unique method. #BurkinaFaso #Education #Displacedpeople

Brazil Education: Students and teachers strike against budget cut

Brazil Education: Students and teachers strike against budget cut

Vigilante Granddads: Village elders hoping to save ancestral forest

Vigilante Granddads: Village elders hoping to save ancestral forest

Israel & Myanmar sign deal to cooperate in the field of education

Israel & Myanmar sign deal to cooperate in the field of education

Yemen Schools: Schools opened on self help basis by locals

Yemen Schools: Schools opened on self help basis by locals

Italian newspaper sparks racism controversy

Italian newspaper sparks racism controversy

Mixed reaction to killing of suspects in rape, murder case

Mixed reaction to killing of suspects in rape, murder case

Eco-friendly Mosque: Turkish president opens Europe's first eco-friendly mosque

Eco-friendly Mosque: Turkish president opens Europe's first eco-friendly mosque

India's Onion Crisis: Onion prices triples in past weeks, supplies constrained

India's Onion Crisis: Onion prices triples in past weeks, supplies constrained

Space Mice: Rodents sent to International Space Station

Space Mice: Rodents sent to International Space Station

Impeachment Inquiry: Pelosi asks Congress to draft articles of impeachment

Impeachment Inquiry: Pelosi asks Congress to draft articles of impeachment

The War in Syria: Shop owners of bombed market in Idlib struggle to survive

The War in Syria: Shop owners of bombed market in Idlib struggle to survive

Nigeria Social Justice: Radio presenter helps  poor

Nigeria Social Justice: Radio presenter helps poor

France Strikes: Nationwide protests cause widespread disruption

France Strikes: Nationwide protests cause widespread disruption

The War In Syria: People rush to buy dollars as value of Syrian pound plumments

The War In Syria: People rush to buy dollars as value of Syrian pound plumments

Hungary Euro Debate: Central bank says Hungary should not adopt the euro

Hungary Euro Debate: Central bank says Hungary should not adopt the euro

Malawi Child Labor: US boycotts tobacco imports over rights violation

Malawi Child Labor: US boycotts tobacco imports over rights violation

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