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Children in Conflict
UNICEF Responds to Mosul Crisis: 4 Things You Need to Know
The battle to retake the city intensifies, half a million children and their families at extreme risk, UNICEF delivers water to front lines.
Going to School Turns Into a Nightmare for Aleppo’s Children
Four young children were killed by a mortar on their way to school. And this comes two days after another hit a school, killing five kids.
Syria Under Siege: A Convoy Gets Through to a Town Under Attack
UNICEF Syria's Mirna Yacoub rode with the inter-agency convoy delivering desperately-needed humanitarian aid.
Children of Aleppo Are Trapped in a "Living Nightmare"
Medical staff in Aleppo are trying to save the lives of children in unimaginable circumstances.
In Boko Haram's Wake, a Quarter Million Children Severely Malnourished
Thousands of Nigerian children face severe malnutrition. Help UNICEF provide the nutrition they need.
Five Things You Should Know About Children in Iraq
UNICEF deplores the senseless bombings. Nothing justifies attacks on children.
"War in Syria has no checks and balances" - Hospitals Bombed in Aleppo
In the space of hours, three hospitals are attacked, killing children and medical personnel.
Orlando Bloom Visits Out-of-School Kids in Conflict-Torn Ukraine
The UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador urges help for children whose educations have been interrupted.
How UNICEF Delivers Aid to Children in Yemen Despite Brutal Conflict
UNICEF's representative in Yemen, Julien Harneis, tells what it's like to help children in the war-torn country.