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TEHRAN, January 17 -Over 5,000 children have been killed by Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen since it began in March 2015, says a report by the UN children's agency.
News ID: 18012    Publish Date : 2018/01/17

TEHRAN, November 26 - The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) says more than 11 million Yemeni children in Yemen are in acute need of aid, stressing that it is estimated that every 10 minutes a child dies of a preventable disease there as Saudi Arabia pushes ahead with its devastating aerial bombardment campaign against the conflict-plagued Arab country Regional UNICEF director Geert Cappelaere said the UN child agency had lately flown 1.9 million doses of vaccines to Yemen, describing Saturday's shipment as a “very small step” amid immense need for medicine.
News ID: 16195    Publish Date : 2017/11/26

TEHRAN, June 25, YJC - The United Nations says the number of suspected cholera cases in war-stricken Yemen has surpassed 200,000 while more than 1,300 people have died.
News ID: 10666    Publish Date : 2017/06/25

TEHRAN, June 14, YJC - Save the Children has voiced alarm over the raging spread of the cholera epidemic in war-torn Yemen, saying one child becomes infected every minute.
News ID: 10406    Publish Date : 2017/06/14

TEHRAN, April 9, YJC -The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has called for the release of the Rohingya children detained by Myanmar’s government as part of a heavy-handed crackdown on the Muslim minority group in Rakhine State.
News ID: 8783    Publish Date : 2017/04/09

TEHRAN, March 13, YJC - The United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) said 2016 inflicted record death and misery on Syrian children, making it the worst year ever for the rising generation.
News ID: 8260    Publish Date : 2017/03/13

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.
News ID: 7013    Publish Date : 2017/01/02

Tehran, YJC. -- A five-day training program on measuring quality education, organized jointly by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the UNICEF Iran Country Office, was officially launched in Tehran with the presence of senior officials from the government and the head officials of UN agencies in Iran.
News ID: 4519    Publish Date : 2014/06/30