World News Headlines for Kids
From BBC News
- Chat: Would you like to go to space?
- The first official British astronaut has been chosen to go into space, we want to know if you would like to follow in his footsteps.
- British astronaut in space mission
- Britain's first official astronaut has been chosen to go on a five-month mission to the International Space Station.
- Chinese families eating rat meat
- Police in China have arrested hundreds of people for selling rat meat. Families didn't know they were eating rats for their dinner.
- Two mile long bridge blown up
- A bridge has been blown up in China to make way for a new longer highway.
- Video: A call from the top of the world
- British explorer Daniel Hughes has reached the summit of Mount Everest in an attempt to raise £1m for the charity Comic Relief.
- Head-on train crash in America
- Two trains have crashed in a head-on collision near New York in America.
- Row between teachers and government
- The main organisation which represents heads says it has no confidence in the policies of the man in charge of education - Michael Gove.
- Bangladesh clothes factories reopen
- Hundreds of clothing factories have reopened in Bangladesh today, three weeks after a factory complex collapsed killing more than one thousand people.
- Man to spend 60 days on a rock
- Adventurer, Nick Hancock, plans to set two world records and raise cash for charity, by spending a year on a tiny island.
- Jewels stolen from film festival hotel
- A million dollars worth of jewels - which were meant to be worn by film stars this weekend - have been stolen from a hotel in Cannes.
- Pictures: Epic Sun snaps captured by Nasa
- As the Sun unleashes its most powerful eruption of 2013, Newsround takes a look at some of the epic pictures of our parent star.
- Chat: Are you celebrating end of Sats?
- You've done all the work, you've finished your exams, so how are you celebrating the end of Sats?
- Video: Quarter of a million young carers
- Statistics published today show there are nearly a quarter of a million children in England and Wales that care for a relative.
- Beckham announces retirement
- David Beckham says he will retire from professional football at the end of the season.
- Star Trek beamed to space for screening
- The crew of the International Space Station have boldly gone where no one has gone before - to see the new Star Trek film IN SPACE!
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- Top tips on reducing exam stress
- Are you worried about preparing for exams? If you are check out our top tips on revision, relaxation and cutting stress.
- How space travel affects your body
- Chris Hadfield arrives safely back to Earth after his stint on board the International Space Station - but how has five months in space affected him?
- Video: The week's weirdest news stories
- Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week.
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