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Six children killed, maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi air strikes began: UN
Six children killed, maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi air strikes began: UN

Six children have been killed or maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi-led air strikes began a year ago, the UN said Tuesday, warning the conflict was taking a horrifying toll on the country's youth.

Six children killed, maimed daily in Yemen since Saudi air strikes began: UN
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Facebook ramps paid leave time for new dads

With Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg about to become a dad, the social network boosted the amount of time fathers can take off to bond with their new babies.

Facebook ramps paid leave time for new dads
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Kazakhstanis offer condolences over Russian plane crash in Egypt

Kazakhstanis were laying flowers in front of the Russian Embassy and Consulate General in Almaty and Astana expressing their deep condolences to families of the victims of Airbus 321 crash.

Kazakhstanis offer condolences over Russian plane crash in Egypt
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Growing obesity problem in Kazakhstan

Obesity in Kazakhstan is becoming a serious issue. Nutritionists and scientists urge Kazakhstanis to reconsider their nutrition philosophies

Growing obesity problem in Kazakhstan
David Beckham launches UN appeal to protect kids
David Beckham launches UN appeal to protect kids

Football legend, male model and father of four David Beckham went to UN headquarters in New York to call on world leaders to end violence against children.

David Beckham launches UN appeal to protect kids
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First skatepark opens in Almaty

The first skatepark has been opened in Almaty.

First skatepark opens in Almaty
'Cure' for Chernobyl children: sun, sea, clean air in Portugal
'Cure' for Chernobyl children: sun, sea, clean air in Portugal

Anya wasn't even born when Chernobyl exploded nearly 30 years ago, but even today its radioactive fallout stalks her and other Ukrainian youngsters growing up near the disused plant.

'Cure' for Chernobyl children: sun, sea, clean air in Portugal
Daneliya Tuleshova. Photo courtesy of newwavestars.ru.
Young singer from Kazakhstan wins people's choice award at Junior New Wave singing contest

9-year-old Daneliya Tuleshova has been awarded the People’s Choice Award at the Junior New Wave-2015 contest in Crimea, Russia.

Young singer from Kazakhstan wins people's choice award at Junior New Wave singing contest
Photo courtesy of "Nasha Gazeta"
'Shooting corrupt officials' in Kazakhstan proves controversial

A humoristic anti-corruption campaign in Kazakhstan's Kostanai turns sour?

'Shooting corrupt officials' in Kazakhstan proves controversial
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Why we need to dispel myths about suicide in Kazakhstan?

Teenage suicide remains a pressing problem in Kazakhstan that is not addressed with due seriousness.

Why we need to dispel myths about suicide in Kazakhstan?
Photo © Roza Yessenkulova
Mother from Almaty gives birth to fantastic four

A mother from Almaty has given birth to quadruplets.

Mother from Almaty gives birth to fantastic four
UN chief sacks C.Africa mission head over peacekeeper sex abuse claims
UN chief sacks C.Africa mission head over peacekeeper sex abuse claims

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced he had fired the mission chief in the Central African Republic, declaring "enough is enough" after a string of allegations of child sex abuse by peacekeepers.

UN chief sacks C.Africa mission head over peacekeeper sex abuse claims
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Pros and cons of chemical castration discussed in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is considering pros and cons of introducing chemical castration for convicted pedophiles.

Pros and cons of chemical castration discussed in Kazakhstan
Adil Kabylda with the Governor of Pavlodar Oblast Kanat Bozumbayev. Photo courtesy of the region's Education Department.
Kazakh student wins International Chemistry Olympiad

A student from Kazakhstan's Pavlodar has won the International Chemistry Olympiad held in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Kazakh student wins International Chemistry Olympiad
Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children
Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children

Deep in the Chinese countryside, the lives of Liang Yuxiu and her brother Zhaolu epitomise the cost of decades of breakneck economic growth.

Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children
Ukraine rebels train child soldiers in the making
Ukraine rebels train child soldiers in the making

He is only 14 but already knows how to assemble a Kalashnikov rifle. Denis is a child soldier in the making.

Ukraine rebels train child soldiers in the making
Illustration © Tengrinews.kz
86 teens committ suicide in 5 month in Kazakhstan

Prosecutor General’s Office has reported 86 suicide cases among teenagers in Kazakhstan.

86 teens committ suicide in 5 month in Kazakhstan
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Surge of paedophilia in Kazakhstan: Prosecutor General raises alarm

Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan speaks about the surge of sexual violence in Kazakhstan, particularly against children.

Surge of paedophilia in Kazakhstan: Prosecutor General raises alarm
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Another schooling year ends in Kazakhstan

Solemn ceremony traditionally called Last Bell, which marks the end of the schooling year, was held in Kazakhstan’s schools on May 25.

Another schooling year ends in Kazakhstan
Amina Kairbekova Photo courtesy of the National Union of Chess Players
Kazakhstani children bring 8 medals from Asian chess championship

Children's team from Kazakhstan won 8 medals and the 4th place in the general ranking at the world chess championship in Singapore.

Kazakhstani children bring 8 medals from Asian chess championship