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What's happening in Munich?

An attack has taken place at a shopping centre in Munich in Germany, and at least nine people have died.

Record-breaking and shoe-throwing at the Anniversary Games

The Anniversary Games are coming to an end in London, and athletes Usain Bolt and Keni Harrison have been busy.

Russian hot air balloon adventurer breaks world record

Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov has smashed the world record for travelling around the world, flying solo in a hot air balloon.

Top tips for spotting dolphins off the UK coast

Scientists from the Sea Watch Foundation are conducting a big dolphin count in the UK and are asking for your help spotting them.

Robot Wars: Monster machines ready for battle

A new TV series where robots battle-it-out to become champions is hitting our screens this weekend, so Ayshah went to find out more...

BFG's Ruby Barnhill answers your questions

Ruby Barnhill, who plays Sophie in new movie The BFG, answers your questions.

Sam Allardyce is confirmed as new England boss

Sam Allardyce has been confirmed by the Football Association as the new England boss.

Dolphin spotting in Cardigan Bay

Martin's been to Cardigan Bay in Wales - home of the UK's largest population of bottlenose dolphins - to join in with some young dolphin spotters.

New species of 'Megaraptor' dinosaur found

Raptors were some of the scariest dinosaurs to walk the earth, but a new discovery of 'Megaraptors' could be even more terrifying!

Reporter caught playing Pokémon Go during official speech

An official spokesman from the US State Department called out a cheeky reporter he caught playing Pokémon Go during his speech.

Prince George's third birthday celebrated with photos

Photographs of Prince George have been released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate his third birthday.

In pictures: The Queen's wedding dress goes on display

The Queen's wedding dress, which she wore in 1947, will be a star attraction at a new Buckingham Palace exhibition.

How long will Drake be number one in the charts?

Ayshah heads to Radio 1 to find out how Drake has managed to stay at number one with 'One Dance' for 14 weeks and what it means for the future of the singles chart.

Ship remains revealed using special underwater drone

Drones come in different shapes and sizes and usually fly in the sky - but not this one. Ricky's been looking at the special drone that's been exploring deep underwater.

Olympic ban upheld for Russian track and field team

Judges have upheld the ban on Russia's track and field team competing at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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Advice if you're upset by the news

What to do if you are upset by the news - advice for kids.

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.

Who is Sam Allardyce? Six fun facts about England's new boss

You might know Sam Allardyce is the new manager of the England football team. But did you know he trains his players on toilet seats?

How are athletes tested for drugs?

Athletes are banned from taking drugs that can give them an unfair advantage in competitions. But how do we test athletes for drugs?

US election 2016: Who is Donald Trump?

Donald Trump is one of America's most famous billionaires but now he's trying to become the next president of the USA.

Everything you need to know about Pokémon Go

Nintendo is encouraging people to grab their smartphones and their trainers and go exploring in the real world for virtual Pokémon.

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