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351. Khmer Class Helps Cambodian-Americans Get in Touch With Roots
December 16, 2016

Refugees from the genocide in Cambodia lost their country when they fled the Khmer Rouge regime 40 years ago. Now settled in the U.S., many Cambodian-Americans are afraid of also losing their culture. “When I was growing up I had the same questions of identity that most immigrant children have: ‘Who am I? What am I? Am I Cambodian? Am I American? What am I?’” asked Nielson Sophann Hul, who left Cambodia when he was a baby. The answer to these questions of identity for Hul was learning...... (read more)

352. Family of Slain Kurdish Police Officer Suffers After IS Attack
December 14, 2016

Three children from the Iraqi city of Kirkuk are orphaned after their father was killed in a recent Islamic State attack and their mother, overwhelmed by the loss, then committed suicide. VOA’s Dlasha Omar reports.... (read more)

353. Human Zika Antibodies Prevent Infection in Mice
December 14, 2016

Chinese researchers have identified broadly neutralizing human antibodies from a Zika patient that protected mice against infection with the mosquito-borne illness. The substances are part of a growing arsenal of antibody-related treatments to fight the disease, which causes severe birth defects in babies. The most serious of these defects is microcephaly, in which children are born with a small head and brain that cause severe disabilities. No antibody treatments have yet received...... (read more)

354. UN Official: S. Sudan on 'Brink of an All-out Ethnic Civil War'
December 14, 2016

South Sudan is “on the brink of an all-out ethnic civil war which could destabilize the entire region,” the head of a team of U.N. investigators told the U.N. Human Rights Council on Wednesday, describing a shattered country where children as young as 2 have been raped.   Yasmin Sooka addressed the council at a meeting in Geneva requested by the United States as alarm grows about the rise of hate speech by South Sudanese officials and others as civil war grinds on.   Tens of...... (read more)

355. Syrian Refugees Protest at Russian Consulate in Greek City
December 14, 2016

About 40 Syrian refugees from camps near Thessaloniki have protested peacefully outside the Russian consulate in the northern Greek port city against Russia's bombardment of Aleppo. Refugees burnt a Russian flag and held up placards outside the building, which was heavily guarded by Greek police.   Rizan Ali Hasan, 24, said Wednesday's protest was prompted by high civilian casualties in Aleppo. "Many children were killed," he said.   Other protesters held...... (read more)

356. Trump Entanglements With German Bank Could Pose Problems
December 13, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump plans to announce next month that he’ll hand over control of his global real estate and other businesses to his children and executives. His stated goal: To take potential conflicts of interest off the table so he can concentrate on the job of running the country. But when Trump is sworn in January 20, his Department of Justice will be stuck with ongoing entanglements involving his biggest lender: Germany’s Deutsche Bank. The predicament shows just...... (read more)

357. WHO Reports Significant Progress in Fighting Malaria, Warns of Big Funding Gaps
December 13, 2016

In its latest annual report, the World Health Organization says strong progress has been made in the fight against malaria, particularly in offering effective control programs for children and pregnant women in Africa. However, the organization warns funding has plateaued, putting targets for tackling the disease at risk. Henry Ridgwell reports.... (read more)

358. 3 Great Things to Do with Kids in Atlanta
December 13, 2016

One of the highlights of life for many families is going on vacation. Parents enjoy watching their children make memories last a lifetime. Throughout the country there are so many options to choose from that you could spend your entire lifetime exploring and probably never see the same thing twice. There are many things to do with kids in the Atlanta area that can keep you busy on your vacation. Here are a few great things to check out. Stone Mountain – This stone monolith rises up out of the ground to an elevation of 1,686 feet. It features a carving on one side of the mountain and a wide... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

359. UN Agency Says 35,000 Children Have Fled Mosul
December 13, 2016

The U.N. children's agency said Tuesday that about 35,000 children have fled from Mosul since Iraqi forces and a U.S.-led coalition launched a massive operation in mid-October to retake the city from the Islamic State group.   Iraqi special forces meanwhile pushed deeper into the city's eastern part, retaking the Falah neighboring late Monday, said Lt. Gen. Abdul-Wahab al-Saadi. Fighting raged as a haze of fog and smoke hovered over the city, which was rocked by tank fire and...... (read more)

360. Zimbabwe Drought, Hunger Push Farmers to Seek Greener Pastures
December 13, 2016

A decade ago Ndaizivei Nyamatsatse was the proud owner of 20 cows - a number that made him the envy of his neighbors in Zimbabwe's eastern province of Manicaland, where cattle are prized as a symbol of wealth. But recurring droughts forced the 45-year-old farmer to sell some of his animals to buy food for his wife and six children. Others have died from a lack of grazing and water, leaving Nyamatsatse with only two cows. Even they will not last long. Nyamatsatse plans to sell...... (read more)

361. WHO Reports Strong Progress in Fighting Malaria, Warns of Big Funding Gaps
December 12, 2016

In its latest annual report, the World Health Organization says strong progress has been made in the fight against malaria, particularly in offering effective control programs to children and pregnant women in Africa. The organization, however, warns funding has plateaued, putting targets for tackling the disease at risk. The WHO’s 2016 report highlights significant achievements in the global fight against malaria. Mortality rates  for the annual number of deaths from...... (read more)

362. UN Agency: Child Malnutrition at 'All-time High' in Yemen
December 12, 2016

Hunger among Yemen's children has reached an "all-time high," with nearly 2.2 million in need of urgent care, the U.N. children's agency UNICEF said Monday. At least 462,000 children suffer from severe acute malnutrition — meaning they are extremely underweight for their height — a drastic increase of almost 200 percent since 2014, UNICEF said. Saada governorate in the country's northwest has the world's highest stunting rates among children, affecting eight...... (read more)

363. Education a Casualty of Earthquake in Indonesia's Aceh, Aid Agencies Say
December 12, 2016

Last week's earthquake in Indonesia's northern province of Aceh damaged dozens of schools, undermining children's ability to recover from the trauma of the disaster, aid groups said. Wednesday's 6.5 magnitude earthquake, which toppled dozens of buildings and killed at least 100 people, was the worst disaster to hit the region since the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Among those affected are 30,000 children and young people whose schools are closed as a result of the...... (read more)

364. Top Tips for Christmas Travel
December 12, 2016

Travelling at Christmas time has its own unique nuances that aren’t usually a concern when travelling at other times of the year. Especially if you are trying to get around with children, it is best to create a comprehensive checklist ranging from worldwide travel insurance to shuttles and even entertainment for the little ones. It is always best to plan ahead and make an attempt at anticipating everyone’s needs while on holiday. To simplify this seemingly overwhelming task gather your thoughts, create a checklist and even set up reminders for the planning stages of your Christmas adventu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

365. The 3 Best Places to Travel Solo for Christmas
December 12, 2016

Christmas is a lovely time of year. However if the dream, complete with visions of sugar plums dancing through your head, quickly turns to the reality of hordes of random relatives, whiny children and choking down dry fruitcake, then perhaps it is time to get out of town. Although you may be travelling solo, you will not be alone, as there are many like-minded people who flee the madness of Christmas traditions and head off to warm sandy beaches or the thrill of the slopes. Once you are armed with worldwide travel insurance any destination is up for grabs, and your own personal season of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

366. Ever Wondered How Santa Delivers All His Presents?
December 12, 2016

There is a question that everybody has pondered at some point, but anybody in the transport and logistics industry is likely to have given serious thought to – how does Santa manage to deliver presents to children all over the world in just one night? Well, today we are going to crunch the numbers and figure out just how Saint Nick plots this mammoth logistical feat and puts even the most complex of courier jobs to shame. The Children So, firstly we need to identify how many homes he must visit when he sets off on Christmas Eve each year. Statistics show that there are 2 billion chil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

367. Fearing Trump Crackdown, "Dreamers" Advised to End Travel
December 12, 2016

Immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children, but were protected from deportation by President Barack Obama, are being warned by some advocates to make sure they are not traveling abroad when Donald Trump is sworn in as president on Jan. 20. Some advocates, lawyers and universities are concerned that Trump might immediately rescind an Obama program that had allowed these young immigrants to work and travel for humanitarian, educational or employment purposes. That...... (read more)

368. Sublime Galleria Presents a Fun-Filled Christmas Carnival at The Collection, UB City
December 09, 2016

The event will take place on Saturday, 10 December 2016 from 3-7 pm. Bangalore, India, December 9th, 2016 -- To kick-off the festive season, Sublime Galleria is all set to present a grand Christmas Carnival from 3-7 pm on Saturday - 10 December 2016 at The Collection, UB City. The Carnival aims at celebrating the spirit of giving by involving children and adults. With face painting, hair braiding, selfie stands with Santa, workshops on dancing, and a show by a Bangalore-based rap and rock band, Transitpoint, the Carnival promises to be a delight for everyone across all age groups. ... (read more)

Author: Urmila Biswas

369. Pop-Up Libraries Promote Reading in Kenyan Slum
December 09, 2016

Schools in Kenya are out for a holiday, but a group of 10 volunteers in Mathare, one of Nairobi's most dangerous slums, is encouraging children to come to pop-up centers to read donated storybooks.  The goal of the program, called Sauti ya Vitabu, which is Swahili for Voice of the Books, is to get children to dream big and broaden their minds. Betty Mutua and a group of friends started Sauti ya Vitabu to help schoolchildren in Mathare improve their learning and broaden their...... (read more)

370. How to Comfort Your Children Prior to Seeing Pediatricians in Seven Fields, PA
December 09, 2016

Many children fight going to the doctor, especially if they know they’re going to get a shot. No matter how friendly the pediatricians in Seven Fields, PA are, children still try to avoid them. You might find your kids feigning illness when it’s time for their children vaccinations in Seven Fields, and the resulting fight to get them into the car drains you. Here are some ways you can comfort and warm your child up to the idea of going to the doctor prior to the scheduled visit. Play Doctor Purchase a play first aid kit and allow your child to play doctor. You be the patient, and mak... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

371. Why You Need a Family Custody Lawyer in Daphne, AL
December 09, 2016

Divorce is contentious, and when there are children involved, it can become even more hostile. You may think your soon-to-be ex isn’t a fit parent, and he or she may think the same of you. Your fights, your anger, your frustration, your hurt and even the reason why you are getting divorced cannot play a role in making decisions about your children. This is why you need a family custody lawyer in Daphne, AL. He or she is an impartial party that will put the children’s interests first. The Children’s Interests Must Come First There are a ton of laws surrounding divorce in Alabama, but ... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

372. Nano-Spiked Silly Putty Makes Powerful Sensors
December 09, 2016

Scientists have created pressure detectors so sensitive, they respond to the footsteps of a spider. This advance combines the latest in nanotechnology with a decades-old children's toy. VOA's Steve Baragona has more.... (read more)

373. Experimental Start-Up Style Silicon Valley School Abolishes Grade Levels
December 08, 2016

Silicon Valley, known for its innovative tech companies and startups, is also the birthplace of a private primary and middle school that is disrupting the traditional concept of education. Khan Lab School looks to the past for a new way of teaching children to prepare them for the future. Elizabeth Lee reports from Mountain View, California.... (read more)

374. Kindergarten Students Learn Pre-war Ideals in Japan School
December 08, 2016

At first glance, the Tsukamoto kindergarten looks like any other school in Japan, but its unique curriculum is reminiscent of pre-war Japan. The private school, which has been visited by Akie Abe, wife of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, aims to instill in its 3- to 5-year-old students a sense of patriotism with a curriculum focused on Japanese traditions and culture. Its mornings start with uniformed children singing the national anthem in front of the country's flag and reciting in...... (read more)

375. Growing a Child's Love of Science
December 08, 2016

Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs are growing in schools. Offering children opportunities to demonstrate STEM knowledge helps to reiterate what they have learned. If a school doesn't focus enough on science, after-school programs are offered in some local areas. Instilling a love of science might be done best at a science summer camp. Components of science summer camps integrate learning with teamwork and studying. Complete immersion in a field of science can shape the future of a child and encourage them to expand their knowledge.  Encouraging a ch... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

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