World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- VIDEO: Flood fears in US as snowfall eases
- After weeks of bad weather, snowfall in the US is starting to decrease but authorities are warning that the emergency is not over yet.
- NHS staff fly to West Africa to help treat Ebola
- The first group of NHS nurses and doctors, who have volunteered to help look after people with Ebola in West Africa, leave for Sierra Leone today.
- VIDEO: Making music with Raspberry Pi
- The Raspberry Pi could soon be making music lessons more high-tech.
- VIDEO: Anti-bullying ideas given to minister
- We sent Newsround reporter Martin down to London with viewers Emily and Libby to give some of your ideas to the man in charge of schools, Nick Gibb MP.
- VIDEO: School rewrites Frozen to beat bullies
- A school in West Yorkshire has changed the words of Let It Go from Frozen to help beat bullying.
- VIDEO: Watch: 6,000 flights over UK in 24 hours
- An amazing time lapse video has been released that shows how 6,000 planes come in and out of UK airspace each day.
- Syrian kids tell us about their lives
- Syrian kids talk about their hopes and aspirations and their lives before the war.
- VIDEO: Driverless cars compete in race
- China has been holding its sixth driverless car competition, with the unmanned vehicles having to navigate their way through various obstacles.
- Probe sends pictures from comet
- Scientists say the Philae probe bounced across the surface of a comet when it landed.
- VIDEO: UKIP wins second local vote
- The UK Independence Party (UKIP) will be celebrating today after another one of its members was elected into parliament.
- US warned - more storms to come
- Another metre of snow is expected to fall on parts of north-eastern America, after the massive snowstorm that's already dumped up to 1.5 metres of snow.
- Poo-powered bus hits road
- Check out this new form of poo-blic transport! Britain's first bus powered entirely by poo and food waste has hit the road.
- Pictures: Huge snowstorm hits America
- A massive snowstorm hits parts of north-eastern America, leaving some areas under 1.5 metres of snow.
- VIDEO: Two young carers chat to Hayley
- Young carers chat to Hayley about their lives and how money from Children in Need has helped them.
- VIDEO: Call for world plan to prevent drowning
- Not enough children around the world know how to swim or stay safe in the water according to a recent report.
- VIDEO: The amazing 310mph levitating train
- Train fans have experienced the speed of super-fast maglev trains, during test runs for members of the public in central Japan.
- Probe makes historic comet landing
- European robot probe Philae has made the first, historic landing on a comet, scientists say, after descending from its mothership, Rosetta.
- VIDEO: Stunt biker does loop-the-loop
- Stunt biker Danny MacAskill performs a loop-the-loop on a floating barge on the River Thames in London.
- New SNP leader hopes to inspire girls
- Scotland's new First Minister says she hopes to inspire girls everywhere after becoming the country's first female leader.
- VIDEO: British plan to land on the moon
- Members of the public are being asked to give money to fund a British plan to land a probe on the moon.
- VIDEO: The school that bans best friends
- A school in Copenhagen, Denmark, encourages children to have more friends rather than one best friend.
- 'Spiderman' technology developed
- A man has climbed a glass wall using Spiderman style technology inspired by the feet of geckos.
- VIDEO: Snow causes chaos in parts of US
- Extreme cold weather is gripping large parts of the United States, with temperatures of freezing or below recorded in all 50 states.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- 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.
- Guide: What's happening in Syria?
- How did all the trouble start in Syria? What are the reasons behind the violence? And what is being done to stop it getting any worse?
- Watch: Your Ebola questions answered
- We speak to a virus expert to answer some of your questions you sent in on Ebola.
- VIDEO: Newsround's Berlin Wall special
- A special Newsround marking 25 years since the Berlin Wall came down, presented by Jenny from the German capital, Berlin.
- Watch: The week's weirdest news stories
- Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
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