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The 2016 Olympic Games start next week in Rio De Janeiro Brazil and we asked you what you're looking forward to.
It's the first time the flower has blossomed in ten years - but it smells disgusting!
After 15 weeks topping the chart, One Dance has been knocked off by Justin Bieber and Major Lazer.
Seventeen-year-old Rebekah Tiler is heading to this summer's Rio Olympics as Team GB's only female weightlifter. Ricky went to meet her.
Lava from a volcano in Hawaii that has been erupting for two months, has spilled into the ocean.
People in the US caught the moment the remains of an empty rocket lit up the skies over Utah and California.
With only a week to go until the start of the Olympics, we have a preview of the games from BBC sport reporter Nick Hope.
The number of plastic bags used in England has fallen since a 5p charge was introduced in October.
A herd of African elephants is being moved to a wildlife reserve in central Malawi and Prince Harry will be on hand to help it go smoothly.
This stunning aerial video shows the world's deepest underwater sinkhole in the South China Sea, according to Chinese scientists. They say it's 300m deep.
Meet Gladstone the cat, the newest animal recruit to join the UK government.
Divers have discovered what they think could be a 340-year-old cheese whilst exploring a shipwreck buried deep under the sea near Sweden.
She's famous for creating unforgettable characters like Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck and now the 150th anniversary of her birth is being marked.
The huge footprint is one of the largest ever found in Bolivia in South America.
Royal Mail is marking 150 years since the birth of Beatrix Potter with some very special stamps, featuring characters from her first book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
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Nintendo is encouraging people to grab their smartphones and their trainers and go exploring in the real world for virtual Pokémon.