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Save the Children says the economic fallout of the crisis could force an extra 90 to 117 million children into poverty, with a knock-on effect on school admissions
In some cases parents discover they have no genetic link with children born to surrogates
Poorer nations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America could see an additional 1.2 million infants die over the period
'Instead, the individual will receive a prison sentence of no longer than 10 years in a juvenile detention facility,' the statement says
Last year, the Department of Justice Office of Cybercrime received more than 600,000 tips of images and videos of naked, sexualized, and abused Filipino children
Lockdown measures and increased global recession are fueling increased tensions within families, and 'children are both victims and witnesses of domestic violence and abuse,' Guterres says
PRESS RELEASE: Tambayan Center for Children's Rights says the mobile birth registration aims to assist the processing of birth certificates for 300 children from the Badjau community
'It is unacceptable to tag a child as a criminal as if we adults and this society have no accountability for their action.'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the 'zero tolerance' policy is legal and necessary to deter the thousands of families crossing the border and asking for asylum each month
Education Secretary Leonor Briones signs a new policy on the protection of children in armed conflict, which 'supersedes' the contested DepEd Order 221
Are minors now safe after President Duterte transferred drug operations from the PNP to PDEA?
Those in support of the law says children are capable of making the decision to die