The Canadian-American prominent comedian Jim Carrey described the latest strike against Yemeni children by the Saudi-led coalition as a 'crime' committed by the US.

 The UN Children's Agency (UNICEF) said on Friday more than 1.25 million children are expected to be acutely malnourished this year because of flooding in Somalia.

Citing data from the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, the aid charity Save the Children reported on Friday that at least 250 Gazan children had been shot with live ammunition during the protests, among around 700 children wounded overall.

 The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said children in the besieged Gaza Strip are the main victims of Israeli atrocities in the Palestinian sliver, amid an escalation of violence perpetrated by the Tel Aviv regime against some 1.8 million inhabitants of the coastal enclave.

One out of five children in the Middle East and North Africa needs urgent help, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund reported.

The suffering of children in war-torn Syria has hit rock bottom with the highest number of grave violations against them since the US-led campaign to topple the government began in 2011.

The United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) says 2016 inflicted record death and misery on Syrian children, making it the worst year ever for the rising generation.

The Takfiri Daesh terrorist group is reportedly brainwashing dozens of abducted Izadi children into becoming potential bombers to carry out counterattacks against advancing government forces and allies in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

The United Nations has warned that water shortage poses a serious threat to children in the Syrian capital of Damascus where 5.5 million residents have been scrambling for clean water for nearly two weeks amid acts of sabotage by foreign-backed militants.


The UN children’s agency, UNICEF, says Saudi Arabia's devastating war in Yemen is hindering efforts to save children from acute malnutrition and deaths caused by preventable diseases.


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