How can we explain terrorism to children? It’s important to make them aware of the issues, without instilling in them a fear of the world. DW speaks to psychologist Emma Citron to find out.
Being a child in Syria, Afghanistan or Somalia means living in one of the most dangerous countries in the world for kids, Save the Children has reported. Attacks on children in schools and hospitals are becoming normal.
The French jazz violinist reportedly died of a heart attack after a concert. In a 40-year career he set new standards for the violin across musical genres and set up a school to teach improvisation in music.
“We are taking them for Jihad,” al Shabab militants reportedly told teachers at a school in Somalia. The rights group Human Rights Watch has documented the evidence.
Ties have been strained between Afghanistan and Pakistan in recent months, with spiraling mutual distrust and antipathy proving a hindrance toward repairing a relationship critical for long-lasting peace in the region.
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