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Eighty-years ago today, the United States became the first country to ratify the international treaty commonly known as the Roerich Pact.

Prime Minister of Yemen Khaled Bahah announced last January that 2015 would be the year of education in Yemen. Unfortunately, 2015 has become a year of conflict.

Suspected militants blew up a government boys primary school in Nawagai tehsil bordering Afghanistan on Sunday, officials and local people told Dawn.

In a statement delivered in Geneva today, the Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, Leila Zerrougui, highlighted the support of her Office for the recently completed Safe Schools Declaration and Guidelines, which aim to protect schools and universities from military use during armed conflict.

Child Recruitment and Marriage; Attacks on Education

Large numbers of children from war-torn countries, often traveling alone, are fleeing abuses in their home countries to seek safety in the European Union, Human Rights Watch said today.