World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- Thousands continue Hong Kong protests
- Thousands continue pro-democracy rallies in Hong Kong. Student demonstrators vow to step up their protests if Chief Executive CY Leung does not resign.
- New 3D-printed hand for 5 year old
- A 5 year old girl has been given a new prosthetic hand made using 3D printing technology.
- First Ebola case diagnosed in the US
- A man who travelled from Liberia nearly two weeks ago is the first confirmed case of the deadly Ebola virus diagnosed on American soil.
- RAF jets strike first IS targets
- RAF jets attack two Islamic State targets in Iraq - the first strikes since Parliament approved military action on Friday.
- VIDEO: Students travel by robotic sofa
- A team of engineering students from the University of New South Wales in Australia has created a robotic sofa to travel around campus.
- Floods hit south of France
- Storms leave the city of Montpellier under water after record-breaking rainfall.
- World wildlife halves in 40 years
- A new report by top animal charities says the global loss of wildlife populations is even worse than previously thought.
- Watch: The face inside a rare precious gem
- Jewellery designer Wallace Chan puts the face of Greek goddess inside a rare precious sapphire using laser technology. The reflection and light makes it look like there are four faces.
- World record broken for most memorabilia
- Harry Potter fan in Mexico breaks record for most memorabilia. The 37 year old lawyer has 3097 pieces, including clothes and toys.
- VIDEO: Is this the kitchen of the future?
- Belgian designer Xavier Bonte has built a pod that he believes could be the kitchen of the future.
- VIDEO: Brownies sleep over safari at zoo
- Thousands of brave Brownies slept over at Chester Zoo this weekend. It was all part of a celebration to mark the Brownies 100th birthday.
- Pictures: The world's last tribes
- Take a look at these amazing pictures of some of the world's last surviving tribes.
- VIDEO: Newsround in Scotland highlights
- The Scottish independence referendum is officially over. Here's a quick reminder of what Newsround got up to in the build-up to this historic vote.
- Driest September in UK since 1910
- The UK is on course for its driest September since records began more than a century ago. The Met Office says it was also one of the warmest too.
- Comments: Mixed or single-sex schools?
- The head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has said boys and girls do better when they learn together, rather than in single-sex schools. What do you think?
- Japan volcano - rescue search on hold
- A recue operation on Japan's Mount Ontake after Saturday's eruption has been put on hold because of dangerous conditions.
- Watch: Date set for Rosetta comet landing
- Europe's daring attempt to put a small robot on the surface of Comet 67P will take place on Wednesday 12 November.
- VIDEO: Work begins on flood prevention
- Work has begun to try and stop the effects of flooding in parts of Somerset in south-west England.
- Comments: What's your dream job?
- Yelena Serova is the first Russian woman sent to space in 17 years. She says it is her dream job but we want to know what yours is.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- Comments: What makes your grandparents great?
- It's UK Older People's Day so we want to know what makes your Granny or Granddad so brilliant.
- VIDEO: Top tips for healthy teeth
- Dentist Ben Atkins explains how to look after your teeth.
- Watch: The week's weirdest news stories
- Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
- Quiz: Quiz of the week
- How much can you remember about past week's biggest news stories? Find out with Newsround's quiz of the week!
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