In Uganda, parents of children still missing since a school dorm was set on fire and another attacked with machetes offer up their DNA in search for their missing loved ones. Meanwhile in Burundi, hundreds of thousands of people who fled their country in 2015 amidst political turmoil have started returning from Rwanda and Tanzania. Finally, we learn the rags-to-riches story of one Ghanaian designer.
The UK reveals the birth of the first babies born to three parents, in a contentious scientific breakthrough. Finally, it's out with the shorts and in with the tight Speedos this summer in men's swimwear fashion!
The government of the Indian capital, Delhi, is installing CCTV cameras in school classrooms. It says this is being done to keep students safe, but parents say it encourages voyeurism and violates children's privacy, as DW correspondent Adil Bhat reports.
10 Dec 2022
The European Commission wants to ensure that the rights of LGBTQ parents are recognized in all EU countries. But conservative EU member states are expected to push back.
26 Nov 2022
Fortune Mgwili-Sibanda, Public Policy, and Government Relations Director, TikTok Africa talks about the Safer Together campaign. This is the latest TikTok safety policy that informs parents on how to ensure the safety of their children online.
13 Nov 2022
Indonesian gig workers suffer amid rising fuel prices
2 Sep 2022
The prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is causing sleepless nights among parents and students over the future of students in higher institutions. Guardian TV went to the street of Lagos to talk to students and parents affected by the strike
21 Aug 2022
Three parents were arrested for attempting to force their way into an elementary school in El Mirage, Arizona, while it was under lockdown to protect from an armed man.
7 Aug 2022
Archie Battersbee, 12, was taken off life support after courts concurred with doctors who deemed him to be "brain-stem dead." He had been in a coma since early April.
28 Jun 2022
Authorities in South Africa are seeking clues after 21 teenagers died in a packed bar. Also, the G7 is to mobilise $600 billion of investment in global infrastructure projects in the next five years, including in Africa, in a bid to counter China's initiatives. Finally, we speak to DJ and curator Mo Laudi about the "Globalisto" exhibition by African artists in the French city of Saint-Etienne.
26 Jan 2022
Papers focus on Vladimir Putin as the US moves to put troops on standby in Ukraine. Also, a new study in the US finds that giving cash aids to parents increases babies' brain activity. A Dutch university is accused of pandering to China after one of its Chinese-funded research institutes denied human rights abuses in a recent visit. Finally, French scientists set a world record for the longest floating gas bubble!
15 Dec 2021
The United States has approved COVID-19 jabs for children from the age of five and over. But misinformation is circulating and unsettling many parents. DW's Ines Pohl visited a vaccination station in Norfolk, Virginia.