World News Headlines for Kids

From BBC News

VIDEO: Police called to Black Friday crowds
Police are called to supermarkets across the UK overnight to help control crowds hunting for 'Black Friday' offers.
VIDEO: World's biggest Christmas lights display
Almost 1.2 million Christmas lights are put up in a shopping centre in Australia's capital, Canberra, setting a new world record.
Blue Peter space badge winner chosen
The winner of Blue Peter's space badge competition is revealed.
VIDEO: Ferguson quieter after protests
Newsround explains why people in Ferguson, USA, and other American cities have been protesting.
VIDEO: Christmas elves break world record
Some of Father Christmas' little helpers have been very busy setting a new world record.
VIDEO: Watch: 6,000 flights over UK in 24 hours
An amazing time lapse video has been released that shows how 6,000 planes come in and out of UK airspace each day.
Syrian kids tell us about their lives
Syrian kids talk about their hopes and aspirations and their lives before the war.
VIDEO: Driverless cars compete in race
China has been holding its sixth driverless car competition, with the unmanned vehicles having to navigate their way through various obstacles.
Probe sends pictures from comet
Scientists say the Philae probe bounced across the surface of a comet when it landed.
Watch: Vloggers warned over unclear adverts
Vloggers are being told they need to be completely clear about when they're being paid to promote products.
VIDEO: Runners brave the cold for ice marathon
Running a marathon is hard enough - but how about doing it in temperatures as low as -50 degrees?
VIDEO: Flood fears in US as snowfall eases
After weeks of bad weather, snowfall in the US is starting to decrease but authorities are warning that the emergency is not over yet.
VIDEO: The space mission sending your stuff to the moon
A group of space scientists want to send a robotic probe up to the South Pole of the moon in 2024.
VIDEO: Two young carers chat to Hayley
Young carers chat to Hayley about their lives and how money from Children in Need has helped them.
VIDEO: Call for world plan to prevent drowning
Not enough children around the world know how to swim or stay safe in the water according to a recent report.
VIDEO: The amazing 310mph levitating train
Train fans have experienced the speed of super-fast maglev trains, during test runs for members of the public in central Japan.
Probe makes historic comet landing
European robot probe Philae has made the first, historic landing on a comet, scientists say, after descending from its mothership, Rosetta.
VIDEO: The monster trucks replacing humans
Driverless monster trucks are being used for mining in some parts of Australia.
VIDEO: 100-year-old sees ocean for first time
A 100-year-old lady in the US has seen the ocean for the first time in her life.
NHS staff fly to West Africa to help treat Ebola
The first group of NHS nurses and doctors, who have volunteered to help look after people with Ebola in West Africa, leave for Sierra Leone today.
VIDEO: Making music with Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi could soon be making music lessons more high-tech.
VIDEO: Anti-bullying ideas given to minister
We sent Newsround reporter Martin down to London with viewers Emily and Libby to give some of your ideas to the man in charge of schools, Nick Gibb MP.
VIDEO: Frozen: Let It Go as you've never heard it before
A school in West Yorkshire has changed the words of Let It Go from Frozen to help beat bullying.
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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.
Guide: What's happening in Syria?
How did all the trouble start in Syria? What are the reasons behind the violence? And what is being done to stop it getting any worse?
Watch: Your Ebola questions answered
We speak to a virus expert to answer some of your questions you sent in on Ebola.
VIDEO: Newsround's Berlin Wall special
A special Newsround marking 25 years since the Berlin Wall came down, presented by Jenny from the German capital, Berlin.
Watch: The week's weirdest news stories
Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week!