From BBC News
Meet the Polarstern, a German research ship with a huge mission.
Non-league Sutton take on Arsenal in the FA Cup on Monday. Players Roarie Deacon and Craig Eastmond talk about how they're preparing for the big game.
Dogs put on their best costumes for the Blocao dog carnival in Rio, Brazil.
Thousands of plastic windmills have been laid out to make an amazing display in China.
Teams of people have been competing in an ice dragon boat contest in Canada.
They're the lowest ranked team left in the FA Cup. Some of the Sutton United's younger players tell us about their club - and why they're not scared of taking on Arsenal in the fifth round.
Three of the contestants from Let It Shine speak to Newsround about getting through to the final.
A famine has been declared in a part of South Sudan. But what does it mean?
Have you ever shared news online or talked about it with your friends? If you have, did you stop to think whether or not it was telling the truth before you shared it?
Hundreds of people take part in a huge tomato throwing battle in Chile, South America.
Watch Lincoln manager Danny Cowley on the Newsround sofa talking about his team being the first non-league side to reach the FA Cup quarter-finals in 103 years!
Kids from Lincoln City's Youth Academy tell us their thoughts on the huge result. The non-league side have beaten Premier League rivals Burnley in the FA Cup fifth round.
Doctors are using VR to help kids in hospitals overcome their fear of treatments.
Watch the moment a fire truck in California, America, falls into a sinkhole after the road underneath it collapses.
The US state is hit by one of the worst storms in years, causing chaos with sudden floods and sinkholes.
It's the last day of the English Alpine Championships. Check out these four young athletes skiing in style.
The video sharing site confirms it will get rid of 30-second adverts that you can't skip from 2018.
Fans of Philip Pullman tell Newsround why they love his books and what they're looking forward to in the new trilogy: The Book of Dust
San Francisco has joined a list of American cities bringing in a rule telling pet shops they must only sell cats and dogs from rescue centres.
Catch up on the latest Newsround bulletin on CBBC.
Take a look at some of the strangest stories from the week!
If you had to turn into a household item, as the characters in Beauty and the Beast do, what would you be and why? Send us your drawings!
When you sign up to have a social media account, there are often 'terms and conditions' you have to agree to. Ayshah went to find out more about what this means.
Look ahead to the weekend's FA cup matches with Match of the Day Kickabout's build-up.
The Dubs Amendment is a scheme launched in the UK to help unaccompanied refugee children in Europe to come to live here safely.
They've done it! Lincoln City, nicknamed the Imps, have made it to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the first time in their history, after beating Burnley 1-0.