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Over the past few months, thousands of migrants and refugees have been travelling to Europe. Leah's travelled to Germany to find out what happens when they get there.
Leah explains why thousands of migrants and refugees are still travelling to Europe from countries affected by war such as Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea.
China's President Xi Jinping will give a speech to British politicians attend a special banquet with the Queen, on the first full day of his state visit to the UK.
Singer Ed Sheeran has returned to his home county to receive an honorary degree for his "outstanding contribution to music".
An injured footballer in Greece is given some rough treatment by two stretcher carriers during a game.
Scientists have developed a robotic bee that can fly, hover and swim under water.
The Royal Mail has released a set of 18 Star Wars stamps ahead of the new film, Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens.
Thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes as Typhoon Koppu slams into the Philippines in Southeast Asia.
With Prince William speaking out against the ivory trade on Chinese TV we look into why elephant tusks are so popular there.
Ex-footie stars Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville have agreed to let homeless people stay in a building they've bought.
Chefs in Italy have broken the world record for the longest baguette ever made.
With hedgehog numbers falling in the UK, one wildlife lover is putting on a special spread of food in his garden to help the animals.
After becoming Real Madrid's all-time leading scorer at the weekend we look at Cristiano Ronaldo's goals record in numbers.
We go behind the scenes on the ship famous for making one of the biggest scientific discoveries in recent years.
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