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Keeper attacked by tiger in UK zoo A keeper has been attacked by a tiger in a zoo in the Lake District. She's now receiving treatment in hospital and the zoo has closed as police investigate.
Are you judged for how you look? Golfer Sergio Garcia has been accused of racism towards Tiger Woods. We've asked you if you have ever been judged because of what you look like?
Plane delays could affect Big Weekend Pop singers and bands have been delayed travelling to Radio 1's Big Weekend in Ireland because of the plane delays in London.
Doc Brown explains racism row Comments made by golfer Sergio Garcia and golf boss George O'Grady have started a row over racism - CBBC's Doc Brown explains why.
Gran told not to help cheese-rollers A cheese-maker has been warned she could face legal action if she makes cheese for famous cheese-rolling festival
Fake Psy parties with celebrities Gangnam style's Psy exposed a fake after he spotted a man pretending to be him at Cannes film festival.
Plane in emergency landing at Heathrow A plane has made an emergency landing at Heathrow airport in London, but no one was hurt.
Tim Peake talks to Nel about space Major Tim Peake, Britain's first official astronaut has been talking to Nel about how he is preparing for his first space mission.
Top tips on getting a job in space Nick Spall from the British Planetary Society tells us how to get into the space industry.
Piglet has been adopted by a cat A piglet has been adopted by a cat after its mum rejected him.
Video: One Direction's announcement vid One Direction have announced they're set to head off on a world tour in 2014!
Schools missing out on science kit New research suggests that lots of primary schools are missing out on science experiments because they can't afford the equipment.
Film festival diamond heist...again! Thieves have pulled off a big diamond left at the Cannes film festival - for the second time this week.
American road bridge collapses A road bridge in America has collapsed and amazingly no one was hurt
Push for new US storm shelter law The mayor of a town in Oklahoma has asked for new storm shelter law.
Robots more like humans invented A British company is trying to make robots more human than ever before, using facial expressions and body language.
New watercress eating record set A new world record time has been set at the world watercress eating championships in Hampshire.
Vegetable orchestra play tasty tunes Pumpkin drums, carrot flutes and turnip trumets - they're all part of a special vegetable orchestra in Madrid, the capital of Spain.
Two mile long bridge blown up A bridge has been blown up in China to make way for a new longer highway.
World's largest Lego model unveiled The world's largest Lego model has been unveiled in New York... and it's a Star Wars X-wing starfighter.
UEFA: Ten match ban for racism European Football Association, UEFA, have announced punishments for players who are racist on the field.
Are you a good enough swimmer? Half of primary school kids in the UK can't swim well enough according to a new survey, and we want to know what you think?
Venezuela has run out of toilet roll The Government in Venezuela has had to buy an emergency supply of toilet roll because it's running out.
When can you watch Newsround? Newsround's is now on air at different times. Check them out here to make sure you don't miss out on all the latest news.
Watch Newsround Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
Bullying - Where can I get advice? Where can I get advice?
It's all about Skateistan! There's a new craze among the kids in Kabul - and it's on wheels. Check out our picture gallery.
Quiz: The week's news headlines How much can you remember about the past week's biggest news stories? Find out with Newsround's Quiz of the Week!
Video: The week's weirdest news stories Newsround takes a look at the top three weirdest news stories of the week.
What do you think of CBBC? The BBC Trust wants to know what you think of CBBC and how it can be made better.