Saudi Arabia Bombs Another School In Yemen, Killing Five

At least five people, including two children, were killed when the Saudi-led coalition bombed a primary school.

The aftermath of Tuesday's bombing. (Photo: ARWA RIGHTS/Twitter)

(REPORT) --- A primary school in Yemen was bombed by the Saudi-led coalition on Tuesday, and five people, including two children, were killed, medics told the Middle East Eye. A rebel group puts the death toll at eight, with 15 wounded, according to AFP. A military official told AFP that the strike was a "mistake." A video posted to social

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10 Children Killed,28 Wounded In US-Backed Coalition Strike In Yemen

Coalition spokesman Gen. Ahmad Assiri said of the airstrikes: “Don’t focus on the technical details. This is a war. Collateral damage could happen, mistakes could happen.”

Ten children were killed and 28 injured, according to MSF

Ten children were killed and 28 other children were wounded on Saturday when an airstrike struck a school in northern Yemen, medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders said. All the casualties were 8-15 years old, the group, which uses its French acronym, MSF, posted on

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America’s Struggling, Poor Schools

Uncovering the stark disparities behind school money.

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Why do many school districts fail to meet the needs of their students? One commonly cited response is our country’s disparate school funding system: because most districts rely heavily on local property tax for funding, schools in poor districts are often left with fewer resources than schools in wealthier areas. Even though school funding issues

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Israeli Settlers Torch Palestinian School In Galilee

Israeli media said that the school was burned by the “Pay The Price” Israeli group which is accused of numerous fatal arson attacks on Palestinian families, churches, mosques and schools.

Tel Aviv, Israel -  A group of Israeli settlers, on Saturday night, set fire to a Palestinian school in Tuba village of the Galilee area, inside the 1948 lands. Locals said, according to the PNN, that the fire escalated at around 11 PM, when the firefighters rushed to the scene and put out the fire. Israeli media said that the school was burned

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13M Children Forced Out Of School By Western Destabilization Efforts In Middle East

According to the new report from the United Nations, over 8,850 schools are unusable due to war and unrest across the Middle East.

A Palestinian girl sits inside a room of her family's building which was damaged in last summer's Israel-Hamas war, in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza City, northern Gaza Strip, Monday, Feb. 23, 2015.

UNITED NATIONS --- Years of war and unrest devastated education in the Middle East and North Africa, leaving more than 13 million children without safe or reliable schools across the region, according to a new report from UNICEF. The report, “Education Under Fire,” which was released on Sept. 3, details the bitter cost of war on the future of

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School Nurse Refuses To Treat Student After She Refuses To Recite Pledge Of Allegiance

The School District decided that if they couldn’t force the eighth grader to stand for the Pledge, they could ban her from receiving medical aid from the school nurse.

A Pennsylvania school was refused medical treatment after she exercised her right not to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance. Opting out of the Pledge is a Constitutionally-protected right, and this right has been upheld numerous times. But the Carlisle Area School District decided that if they couldn’t force the eighth grader to stand for the

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