Friday, 9th December 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Ukrainian children go to school in Germany

By DW
28 September 2022   |   7:48 am
Many children whose families have fled Ukraine to Germany are now attending German schools. An estimated 160,000 Ukrainian children has attended schools in Germany this year – an additional challenge for the country's education system.

Related

18 Sep
The fifth drought in as many years has brought Somalia to the brink, raising fears of a deadly famine. Hundreds of children have already died from severe acute malnutrition.
18 Sep
The speech therapists were sentenced to 19 months in prison for publishing books that explained the city's pro-democracy movement to children. Human rights campaigners have called the convictions an act of repression.
18 Sep
Multiple anti-transgender and homophobic attacks, especially the death of a transgender man, raise the question: How safe are queer people in Germany?
18 Sep
German Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht has said Germany must take on a leadership role militarily, whether it wants to or not. "Germany does not have to be afraid" of doing so, she said.
18 Sep
With rising gas an electricity prices in Germany, changes are in store for hotels, restaurants, spas and museums this fall and winter. Here's what vacationers can expect.
17 Sep
The much-discussed decision is here: Germany will keep two of its three remaining nuclear power plants - at least for now. Some want them longer. Either way, the move marks a policy change long considered unthinkable.
15 Sep
Germany is set to cut off its dependence on Russian gas fully by the end of next year. The chancellor also celebrated efforts made to prepare for the coming winter.
17 Sep
Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht says rocket launchers and armored vehicles will make up Germany's next weapons delivery to Ukraine.
19 Sep
The government has placed the Russian oil giant's three refineries in Germany under trusteeship as it seeks to manage the impact of the energy crisis.
16 Sep
French art historians have estimated that some 90% of Africa's looted cultural heritage is believed to be in Europe. Germany has signed an agreement to transfer ownership to Nigeria of the Benin Bronzes, among Africa's most culturally significant artefacts, looted in the 19th century.
25 Sep
The much-discussed decision is here: Germany will keep two of its three remaining nuclear power plants - at least for now. Some want them longer. Either way, the move marks a policy change long considered unthinkable.
25 Sep
As Chancellor Olaf Scholz planned to visit three gulf countries to discuss energy needs, Germany stepped up projects for LNG gas imports.