World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- VIDEO: Waterfall blown backwards by wind
- The Kinder Downfall waterfall is blown backwards by powerful winds, as trekkers look on in surprise.
- Comments: Do you know your family history?
- October is Black History month and many children across the UK are using the opportunity to learn about their own families.
- VIDEO: DNA reveals secrets of early humans
- DNA analysis of a 45,000-year-old human has helped scientists learn more about very early humans.
- Photobomb added to dictionary
- Photobomb, selfie and onesie are just some of the words that have been added to the new print edition of the Collins English dictionary.
- Pictures: Sculptures by the sea
- The coastline of Sydney in Australia has been transformed for the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition.
- VIDEO: Visit to space weather centre
- Martin has been to visit a new weather centre which monitors storms in space.
- Should schools make you brush your teeth?
- Some primary schools and nurseries in England should supervise children brushing their teeth, say health organisation NICE.
- VIDEO: Gonzalo gives planes a wobble as they land
- Windy weather made it tricky for pilots landing at Manchester Airport, with planes wobbling as they came in to touch down.
- Watch: Pistorius sentenced to five years
- Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend.
- VIDEO: Mini ships made entirely out of chocolate
- A man has created 24 mini ships made entirely out of chocolate.
- VIDEO: Women break skydiving world record
- 117 women in California have broken two world records in formation skydiving.
- VIDEO: Avalanche survivor talks of escape
- A British man who survived an avalanche in Nepal has been talking about how he escaped.
- Watch: Charity trying to raise awareness of Ebola
- Nigeria is expected to be declared free from Ebola after more than six weeks without any new cases.
- Watch: Paralysed man can walk again
- A paralysed man can walk again after a new therapy transplanted cells from his nose into his damaged spinal cord.
- Watch: Hurricane Gonzalo hits Bermuda
- A massive storm has hit Bermuda in the Atlantic Ocean, with winds of about 185km per hour.
- Watch: Remnants of Gonzalo hit Britain
- Many parts of the UK have been affected by gales and heavy rain as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hit Britain.
- New Banksy mural appears in Bristol
- A new mural by street artist Banksy, a version of Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring, is painted on a wall in his home city of Bristol.
- VIDEO: Injecting garlic to help trees
- A group of scientists have been testing out a new vaccine using garlic, to help stop the spread of disease in trees.
- VIDEO: The umbrella made of air
- A company has created an umbrella that uses an air 'force field' to protect you from the rain.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- 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!
- Meet the Viking treasure hunter
- Meet the man who discovered a huge hoard of Viking treasure buried under the ground in Scotland.
- Watch: Your Ebola questions answered
- We speak to a virus expert to answer some of your questions you sent in on Ebola.
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