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Record fine for Alton Towers' owners over Smiler crash

Merlin, who run Alton Towers, has been fined a record £5 million for a crash that happened on the Smiler ride in 2015.

Watch as an elephant is created from painted people

Artist Johannes Stoetter has unveiled an elephant made entirely of painted people at Cites, the world's biggest wildlife conference this week.

'Water spewing' from Jupiter's moon

Nasa scientists say they've spotted jets of water spewing from the surface of Europa, one of Jupiter's moons.

School welcomes back Paralympic champ Ellie Robinson

Fifteen-year-old Paralympic champion swimmer, Ellie Robinson, goes back to school after winning a gold and a bronze medal in Rio.

GBBO bakers rated by Junior Bake Off champ Amari

Champion baker Amari gives her verdict on the remaining Great British Bake Off contestants - and tells Ricky who she thinks could win the show.

Junior Bake Off champ on GBBO future

The heat is high in the Bake Off oven. Junior Bake Off 2015 winner Amari tells Newsround that she's sad to see the show leave the BBC.

How to do the Dab with Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox

Double Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox shows Newsround's Naz how to celebrate like a true gold medal winner.

Surf's pup! Dogs in US surfing contest

Watch dogs of all shapes and sizes compete in the annual "Surf City Surf Dog" competition in California in America.

Chat: What would you ask Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain?

We want your questions for last year's Bake Off winner, and new Junior Bake Off judge, Nadiya Hussain. What would you ask her?

Five facts about pangolins, one of world's most endangered animals

They're among the world's most endangered, and unusual looking, animals. Leaders at a big meeting in South Africa are deciding on how to save pangolins. Here are five facts about them.

Manchester City win Women's Super League

The club win the title for the first time in their history, after beating Chelsea.

How Jonny and Alistair Brownlee helped each other growing up

British triathlon stars Jonny and Alistair Brownlee remember how they helped each other as brothers when they were growing up.

Comments: Are you addicted to your phone?

One in three grown-ups in the UK check their mobile phones in the middle of the night, a survey suggests. We want to know if you're addicted to your phone.

Kadeena Cox on who inspires her and what she eats for competing

The double Paralympic champion tells Newsround which athlete inspires her and what she eats to keep in prime condition for competing.

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US election 2016: Meet the US presidential candidates

Find out more about the people who are trying to become the next US president.

The week's weirdest news stories: Strange, Stranger, Strangest

Watch Newsround's round-up of the week's top weirdest news stories in Strange, Stranger, Strangest.

Elephants and the ivory trade: The crisis in Africa

Newsround's guide to how the ivory trade is having a devastating impact on the number of elephants in the world.

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