From BBC News
Rescue teams are working hard to help children affected by Wednesday's earthquake in Italy.
Children's charity Barnardo's has released photographs of its very first foster children to mark its 150th birthday.
A restaurant in New York has a special menu for pampered pooches to eat alongside their owners.
Jetpack pilot Eric Scott shot out of the water and flew above a remote lake in America while strapped to a jetpack.
In China students from more than 30 universities have been taking part in their very own Robot wars.
Olympic diving champions Chris Mears and Jack Laugher might be synchronised in the diving pool, but how well do they know each other out of the water?
Sports clubs around the country are opening for free today to celebrate the success of Team GB athletes in the Olympics. Let us know what you'd like to try?
Fresh from winning their first ever Olympic gold at Rio, the Team GB hockey team meet some kids who could be the next generation of superstar players.
Top French court rules to temporarily stop the ban on 'burkini' swimsuits.
Kate the elephant was one of the first animals to come to Blackpool Zoo, more than 40 years ago. Now staff are trying to track down the man who brought her from India to the UK.
A ten year-old girl has been pulled, alive and well, from a collapsed building 17 hours after a deadly earthquake struck central Italy.
Which was Katherine's favourite Olympic Games? Why do they love rowing? Send us your questions for silver medalists Grainger and Thornley!
A newly discovered ancient species of tiny lion which lived 18 million years ago has been named after Sir David Attenborough.
Adam the elephant keeper shares his top facts about Kate the elephant he looks after at the zoo.
Burkinis have been in the news because they have been banned on some French beaches - here's our guide to what you need to know.
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