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Around the world, nearly 250 million children are living in countries affected by conflict and tens of thousands of them have been recruited and used as child soldiers.

Keeping education safe has risen on the international agenda as the insecurity of schools due to armed conflict has become more widely recognised.

A Saudi-led coalition air strike is reported to have killed five people near a primary school in north Yemen.

As 2016 comes to a close and we take stock of the global landscape of attacks on education, it is clear that the year has held both progress and challenges.

New report sets out the core principles for reducing assaults on higher education

If children can still attend school during conflicts, they will be the green shoots that emerge to re-rebuild their war-torn societies when the fighting is over

The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack launches its Guide to Implementing the Principles of State Responsibility to Protect Higher Education from Attack.

In a predawn raid, Israeli troops stormed Al-Quds University campus in the town of Abu Dis, east of Jerusalem on Saturday, and sabotaged and seized exhibits.

Evidence Contradicts Russian Denial

New report highlights ways to support school-based actors in protecting education from attack and schools from military use.

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