African web users plead for Ebola serumIn this edition: African web users plead for Ebola serum; Reddit helps grieving father remember his son ; and a piano playing dog.
French summer camp aims to heal young victims of terror attacksIn the French countryside, a group of teenagers and young adults take part in a special kind of summer camp. The participants come from around the world but all have one thing in c...
Video: Easing the trauma for Gaza’s childrenChildren have paid a high price for the war in Gaza, accounting for a quarter of more than 1,900 Palestinians killed. Engaging the child survivors in games and workshops, the UN r...
US border crisis: 'The children are refugees, not immigrants'An influx of tens of thousands of Central American children at the US border has sparked an intense debate among politicians and the media on immigration. FRANCE 24 spoke to Michel...
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Abandoned baby with Down syndrome may prompt bans on surrogacyReports that an Australian couple abandoned a baby with Down syndrome with his surrogate mother in Thailand could lead to bans on surrogacy in both countries, a surrogate support g...
Inside The Americas
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
Bolivian children: heading to work aged 10This week in an unprecedented move, Bolivia has legalised child labour, formally allowing children as young as 10 to work. Meanwhile in the US, the mayor of New York's Europea...
'Why Are So Many Children Dying in Gaza?'Several estimates indicate one in five deaths in the recent Gaza assault are children; New York magazine looks at why child fatalities are so high. Also, attempts via viral video a...
Children killed in minibus crash in eastern FranceSix people, four of whom were children, were left dead on Tuesday after a minibus and a truck crashed on a road in Troyes, a region in eastern France.
Ireland's missing babies cast light on dark historyThe world was shocked when the remains of almost 800 babies were dug up in a small Irish town recently... babies buried more than half a century ago. This story, sadly, has happene...
Children of the Syrian war: A lost generation?After Lebanon, Jordan has taken in the biggest number of Syrian refugees to date. 600,000 are officially registered, but authorities believe there are over one million. Emergency r...
Fighting for girls' education despite Boko Haram's constant threatsBoko Haram, the terrorist group whose name means "Western education is forbidden", wants secular Nigeria to become an Islamic state. Schools and universities are among it...
Orphanages as a tourist attraction?In Cambodia so-called "orphanage tourism" is on the rise. That's when tourists go to orphanages, and often end up making donations. Sounds harmless, positive even......
The 51 Percent