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Updated February 21, 2017 | Factmonster Staff

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Terms and conditions explained: What are they all about?

When you sign up to have a social media account, there are often 'terms and conditions' you have to agree to. Ayshah went to find out more about what this means.


Lincoln City fans excited for FA Cup match

Lincoln City fans look ahead to their FA Cup clash against Premier League team Burnley.


Despicable Me 3: Send us your questions for Steve Carell

Ahead of Despicable Me 3, we'll be speaking to Steve Carell who plays Gru, and we want him to answer YOUR questions. So send them in!


How VR is helping kids in hospitals overcome their fears

Doctors are using VR to help kids in hospitals overcome their fear of treatments.


Fans excited for Philip Pullman's new books

Fans of Philip Pullman tell Newsround why they love his books and what they're looking forward to in the new trilogy: The Book of Dust


Otter-ly cute pups!

Watch this video of pups from Newquay Zoo learning how to swim.


Underwater Wonderland

Have a look at some of the prize-winning shots from the Underwater Photographer of the Year 2017


Cheeky seal surprises kayakers by hitching a ride

A cheeky seal decided to grab a ride on the back of kayak in Scotland


Puppies rescued from puppy smuggling

What is puppy smuggling and what can be done to stop it? Ayshah meets four rescued puppies to find out more...


Eggs-tremely hot! Policeman fries an egg on the bonnet of his car

It's so hot in Australia a policeman fried an egg on his car! And we're not even yoke-ing...


Author Phillip Pullman has announced a follow-up to the His Dark Materials series

Phillip Pullman has announced that he will be publishing a follow-up to the His Dark Materials series


Who is Joe Root? Meet England's new Test captain

Here are five facts about England's new Test captain.


Six super satellite facts! What do they actually do?

India has created history by launching a record 104 satellites on a single mission. But how many are up there and what do they do?


Oroville Dam: evacuees can go home

The people evacuated from the area around the Oroville Dam in California, in the US, have been told they can return home.


What does a tiger do when it has toothache?

What happens when a tiger needs to take a trip to the dentist?


Quidditch Premier League launched

A new Premier League for Quidditch teams is being launched this year. It's not something to be quaffled at! Believe me we're not bludging....


Watch Newsround

Catch up on the latest Newsround bulletin on CBBC.


The week's weirdest news stories: Strange, Stranger, Strangest

Take a look at some of the strangest stories from the week!


Beauty and the Beast: Send us your drawings

If you had to turn into a household item, as the characters in Beauty and the Beast do, what would you be and why? Send us your drawings!


What is the Dubs Amendment?

The Dubs Amendment is a scheme launched in the UK to help unaccompanied refugee children in Europe to come to live here safely.


Match of the Day Kickabout: Build-Up

Look ahead to the weekend's FA cup matches with Match of the Day Kickabout's build-up.


Rugby Union: What is the Six Nations tournament?

Find out all you need to know about the Six Nations before the tournament starts on Saturday, 4 February.

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