World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- Snow warnings for northern UK
- Amber weather warnings are in place for heavy snow across most of Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.
- 'Super Saturn' with giant rings seen
- Scientists have discovered an enormous ring system around a star, 200 times larger than those around Saturn and the first seen outside our solar system.
- VIDEO: Malawian kids - life after the floods
- Torrential rain has wreaked havoc in the southern African country of Malawi. Newsround spoke to three kids from Malawi about how they are coping.
- Watch: Court bans child being named Nutella
- A French court stops parents from naming their baby girl Nutella after the hazelnut spread, ruling that it would make her a target for people to pick on her.
- Pictures: Huge US snowstorm 'affects 60m'
- Whole cities are shutting down on the east coast of America as up to 60 million people are thought to be affected by heavy snow.
- VIDEO: The man who ate ants to survive
- A British man survived eight nights trapped on a mountain in Turkey, eating insects and drinking spring water.
- VIDEO: Timelapse film of volcano eruption
- This amazing timelapse footage shows the Colima volcano in Mexico erupting.
- VIDEO: Man turns his room into ball pool
- A student in America has found a solution to help him get out of bed - turning his room into a ball pool!
- VIDEO: Cop's Taylor Swift mime goes viral
- A video of an American policeman lip-syncing to Taylor Swift's Shake It Off has gone viral.
- VIDEO: Fly-by asteroid has own small moon
- New pictures of asteroid 2004 BL86, which passed close by Earth yesterday, show that it has its own small moon orbiting it.
- VIDEO: Two stories from Holocaust survivors
- Ricky reports on what happened during the Holocaust, and hears stories from two people who managed to survive through it.
- VIDEO: Splashdown as plane runs out of fuel
- Dramatic footage has been released of the moment a pilot, whose plane was running out of fuel, survived ditching in the ocean off Hawaii on Sunday.
- Watch: Blizzards shut down parts of USA
- Up to 60cm of snow is expected in many parts of north-east America, as a severe blizzard causes big travel problems for millions of people.
- VIDEO: Australian boy's new home after bushfire
- 12-year-old Cameron Orton's home was totally destroyed by wildfires in Australia last year. Newsround went back to meet him.
- VIDEO: Man walks 1,200 miles for peace with ball on head
- A man in Mexico has completed a 57 day walk with a football balanced on his head.
- VIDEO: The world's oldest primary pupil?
- Ninety-year-old Kenyan great-grandmother Priscilla Sitienei could be the world's oldest primary pupil. She wants to inspire kids, especially girls, to get an education.
- VIDEO: Ebola nurse makes full recovery
- Nurse Pauline Cafferkey says she is "very happy to be alive" after making a full recovery from Ebola.
- First female bishop made official
- The Church of England has consecrated its first female bishop, the Reverend Libby Lane, in a ceremony at York Minster.
- Pictures: Nasa reveal incredible space pics
- Take a look at these incredible space pictures from Nasa to celebrate the UN's International Year of Light.
- VIDEO: Ancient underwater forest found off UK
- New footage reveals a 'lost world' after the discovery of an amazing underwater forest thousands of years old underneath the sea off eastern England.
- VIDEO: Pluto probe prepares to take pictures
- A space probe is about to start photographing Pluto, after a nine year journey to the dwarf planet.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- Get Involved: Send us your snow pics!
- Has it snowed where you are? Many parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England are getting a covering today and tomorrow. Send us your pics!
- The week's weirdest news stories
- Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!
- Guide: Why is Greece in so much trouble?
- Greece is a country gripped by huge money problems and has elected a new government to try and sort things out. But how have things got this bad?
- Pictures: Upside-down iceberg like blue glass
- Icebergs appear white as they're covered with snow. But photographer Alex Cornell managed to photograph the underside of one - and it looks like blue glass.
- Watch: Your Ebola questions answered
- We speak to a virus expert to answer some of your questions you sent in on Ebola.
- 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.
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