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Barack Obama is the first serving American President to visit Hiroshima in Japan. It is the city which was destroyed by a US atomic bomb at the end of World War Two.
Take a look at the spectacular light festival that will be brightening up the Australian city of Sydney for the next three weeks.
The former Chelsea manager is going to take over at Manchester United from Louis van Gaal, who has been sacked after two seasons. Check out our top five facts on Mourinho.
Astronauts on the International Space Station, trying to inflate a new space home, have hit a bit of a snag - it hasn't blown up properly! Ayshah's been finding out more...
Thousands of children have been forced to flee their home countries because of war there. Many of them travel hundreds of miles to find safety. Omar is one of the young people who made this journey, and now lives in a pop-up camp called the 'jungle' in Calais, in France. This is his story...
A group of school children in a town in Worcestershire got more drama than they bargained for on their bus journey home when a bridge collapsed.
Two huge names, two massive football teams, one city. We look at why English football fans have a super exciting season to come.
The winners of Radio 2's 500 words competition have been announced. Ricky caught up with Chris Evans to find out how the winners were chosen.
More than 350 children representing all 20 Premier League teams took part in the Premier League Schools Tournament.
An enormous mushroom has been found in Turkey, which is so big it was mistaken for a rock.
There's a special vote called a referendum coming up in June. The result could have a big impact on how the UK is run. BBC Europe expert Katya Adler answers children's questions.
Orcas from Iceland have been spotted along the east coast of the UK.
Winnie-the-Pooh's latest adventure takes him to Buckingham Palace where he bumps into Prince George and The Queen.
Researchers from Oxford University Press have revealed that refugee is Word of the Year according to the BBC's 500 Words competition.
Jenny has the top stories this Friday afternoon.
In 1945, USA unleashed the most powerful weapon ever created on the Japanese city of Hiroshima in a secret plan they hoped would end World War Two. Here's a Newsround guide to what happened.
Jenny has this week's weirdest news stories in Strange, Stranger, Strangest.
Donald Trump is one of America's most famous billionaires but now he's trying to become the next president of the USA.
A French company has collected a series of incredible images taken by drones at some of the world's most famous or hard to reach locations.
Are you a fan of droids and dogs, or Princess Leia and pugs? Then look no further - the Force is strong with these pugs in a Star Wars-themed parade in America!
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