Although countries across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) have made major strides in protecting children's rights and wellbeing since the inception of the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) 70 years ago, conflict risks rever
An international tribunal's ruling denying China's claims in the South China Sea will "intensify conflict and even confrontation," Beijing's ambassador to the United States said on Tuesday.
The ambassador, Cu
The world has become increasingly violent with deaths from conflict at a 25-year high, terrorist attacks at an all-time high and more people displaced than at any time since World War Two, the 2016 Global Peace Index showed on Wednesday.
Traders from conflict zones have braved all odds to take part in Bahrain’s biggest consumer exhibition, which opened yesterday (January 26). More than 750 exhibitors from 21 countries are showcasing a wide range of products at the 27th A
The number of babies born in conflict zones increased by more than 125,000 this year to 16.6 million compared with last year, the United Nations said on Wednesday.
The figure translates to one in eight of all births worldwide in 2
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday Russia's military support for Syrian President Bashar Al Assad could raise the risk of confrontation with coalition forces fighting Islamic State there.
In an interview with I
A workshop will be held next month (August) to train young Bahrainis in conflict resolution.
International experts will be flown in for the ‘Summer Youth Workshop’, which is being organised by the Bahrain Foundation fo
The 34 million children who are out of school in conflict-affected countries need $2.3 billion to get them all schooling, ten times the amount education currently receives in aid, the United Nations' education agency Unesco said on Monday.
The cost of violence around the world reached a record $14.3 trillion in 2014, as the divide between the most and least peaceful regions deepened with many Middle Eastern and African countries sinking further into conflict, a report said.