Stories about Youth from January, 2014
Protests, which shook El Guerrara town, exposed violent practices by the police in Algeria. Netizens filmed and denounced these practices. Abou Semmar reports.
Talented rapper Titan Lee-Hai fell fifteen floors to his death from his dormitory building at NYU earlier this week. Online condolences from friends and fans have been pouring in.
South Korea isn't notoriously nicknamed "The Republic of Samsung" for nothing.
Syria children at the Zaatari refugee camp, on the Syrian-Jordanian border, was showing off their artistic skills, writes Syria Untold.
Mali's education system faces multiple challenges, but activist groups are coming together to tackle them head on.
The 2014 Carnival season in Trinidad and Tobago is heating up, as a controversial calypso is banned from live performances at a venue whose owner often courted controversy himself.
"[They] kill innocence during children's’ childhoods, kill our romance during adolescence and kill our will during our youth."
On Saturday January 18th, widespread protests took place against constitutional reforms proposed by president Blaise Camporé. But what do the protests mean?
"Since her inception 14 years ago she has shown millions of women and girls what can be achieved."
"I'm too busy with work, mom is pressuring me to get married, so I sincerely plan to hire a girlfriend to take home."
The South Korean government is blamed for favoring textbooks that support their political views and grant them excuses for their past flaws.
Rocker Cui Jian, whose song “Nothing to My Name” became an anthem for Tiananmen Square protesters, won't perform at China’s spring gala if required to censor his lyrics.