World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- VIDEO: How does a driverless car work?
- Driverless cars could soon be a regular feature on British roads.
- VIDEO: Fiji decide to remove Union Flag
- One of the countries which still has the Union flag is Fiji, an island in the Pacific Ocean, but not for much longer.
- VIDEO: Treasure hunter finds amazing haul
- A treasure hunter from Buckinghamshire has found the treasure haul of a lifetime buried in the ground.
- VIDEO: Demolition blast fails to destroy lift
- A lift shaft survives an implosion designed to flatten a hotel in Las Vegas, USA
- VIDEO: Boston covered by thick blanket of snow
- As residents and emergency teams in Boston, USA, struggle to deal with 60cm of fresh snow, the roofs of some buildings have collapsed under its weight.
- VIDEO: Rare Ferrari sells for £10 million
- A rare Ferrari sports car is sold for a whopping £10 million at an auction.
- Paintings made into Minecraft worlds
- The Tate art gallery has teamed up with Minecraft to create worlds based on famous works of art.
- VIDEO: The world's oldest primary pupil?
- Ninety-year-old Kenyan great-grandmother Priscilla Sitienei could be the world's oldest primary pupil. She wants to inspire kids, especially girls, to get an education.
- VIDEO: Record-breaking balloonists land in sea
- Two pilots in a helium balloon complete their Pacific crossing with a sea-landing off Mexico, setting two new records on a six-day trip.
- VIDEO: Gigantic 'fatberg' discovered in Wales
- A gigantic 'fatberg' has been discovered deep down in the drains underneath the Welsh capital, Cardiff.
- VIDEO: Heart of Earth's inner core revealed
- Scientists say they have discovered more about what lies at the very centre of the Earth.
- VIDEO: Nasa reveals far side of the Moon
- Using nearly five-years worth of data, Nasa has to provided a view of the moon from the side the cannot be seen from earth.
- VIDEO: Drones serving food in Singapore
- Could flying waiter drones be the answer to a shortage of restaurant staff in food-crazy Singapore? One company thinks its the best idea.
- VIDEO: New robot fireman created
- The US navy has invented a robotic fire-fighter.
- VIDEO: Sea of clouds at the Grand Canyon
- A rare weather phenomenon has caused the Grand Canyon to fill up with clouds.
- VIDEO: Twin waterspouts whirl in Italy
- Two waterspouts formed just off the coast of Italy. Take a look at the incredible footage.
- VIDEO: Cop's Taylor Swift mime goes viral
- A video of an American policeman lip-syncing to Taylor Swift's Shake It Off has gone viral.
- Daffodils 'mistaken for vegetables'
- Shops and supermarkets are being asked to keep daffodils away from fruit and vegetables - in case people get them confused.
- VIDEO: Northern Lights touching sunrise
- US space agency Nasa release a stunning clip showing the Northern Lights touching sunrise over Earth.
- Why using smiley faces could cost you
- Using emoticons in text messages could cost you lots of money without you realising.
- This is priciest artwork ever sold
- This painting of two girls from Tahiti, called Nafea Faa Ipoipo, is sold for £197 million - making it the most expensive artwork ever.
- VIDEO: CBBC star speaks about dementia
- Dick & Dom's Richard speaks to Josh, the star of a new CBBC My Life special about dementia.
- VIDEO: The exact moment stars were created
- For the very first time scientists have worked out the exact moment when stars were first created. Watch Leah's report on this incredible discovery...
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- Your internet safety questions
- It's Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, and we want your questions about how to stay safe online or how to tackle internet bullying.
- VIDEO: Why some of you don't feel safe on the Internet
- We've been talking about some of the issues you've faced online as part of Safer Internet Day .
- The week's weirdest news stories
- Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
- Guide: Who was Winston Churchill?
- Special events are taking place this Friday to mark the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's state funeral. Read our guide to the former British prime minister.
- Watch: Your Ebola questions answered
- We speak to a virus expert to answer some of your questions you sent in on Ebola.
- Am I a bully? Newsround's interactive guide
- As part of anti-bullying week, Newsround has helped make an interactive guide to help everybody understand what bullying is.