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Boy, 11, wounded in Boston Marathon blast makes emotional return to the finish line

An 11-year-old boy who was seriously injured in the Boston Marathon bombing has come back to the finish line - one day after the city re-opened Boylston Street.

Del Campo High students raise funds for Kids Helping Kids dream

Six Del Campo High School students are on a mission – that of helping other kids in the Sacramento region.

Kristi's Kids making moves on chess board

TUCSON - Do you have a child who won't sit still? A boy who can't focus or a girl, who's easily distracted? Well it turns out an ancient board game can help.

Umwana mwiza aturuka mu muryango mwiza

Nkuko twabivuze ubushize, umuryango ni nk'igiti. Umwana rero mu muryango twamugereranya n'urubuto. Imbuto nziza zera ku biti byiza. Abana beza bakavuka mu miryango myiza.

Imirasire y'izuba ni myiza ku ruhu rw'abana.

Nkuko tubikesha urubuga rwa plurielles.fr, ibi ni ibyavuye mu bushakashatsi bwakozwe n'abahanga bo mu bigo by'abana binyuranye byo mu Bufaransa.

Disney Gears Up for Kids Upfront Event

Disney’s Kids Upfront event on Tuesday at Gotham’s Hudson Theater could well be a victory lap as the mothership Disney Channel reigns in the kidvid realm as the No. 1 net among tykes 2-11 and 6-11.

Un bébé sur deux présente un retard langagier

When the health check carried out to thirty months in the structures of the ONE (Office National Children), only 50% of children have no language delay, according to figures from the 2010 report of the bank medical and social data of the ONE

Vietnamese high school kids can pass Google interview

Google engineer Neil Fraser got a bit of a surprise when he visited Vietnam recently to see how schools teach ICT: kids in 11th grade are capable of passing the Chocolate Factory’s notoriously difficult interview process.

The situation of differently-abled children

It is considered that around 150 million children in the world live with a disability; 80% of them live in developing countries. Most often, these children do not receive necessary treatment and most of them are discriminated.

Maoists demolishing schools to recruit kids

Children are generally kept away from conflicts, at home or outside. But what happens if the place they belong to happens to be a conflict-zone? Jharkhand has been grappling with the Maoist problem for years now.

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